Essay competition for college students 2011

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Topic : ‘A world without bees : what is causing pollinator declines in the northern hemisphere and what are the potential implications for South Africa?’
1. *James Cottrell, Grade 11, The King’s School Linbro Park, Johannesburg James’ Essay
2. Lindsay Powell, Grade 12, Wynberg Girls’ High School, Cape Town
3. Caitlin McIntosh, Grade 11, Durban Girls’ College.
Merit Prizes
Jess Lund, Grade 11, St Mary’s DSG, Kloof
Lauren Gildenhuys, Grade 12, Wynberg Girls’ High School, Cape Town

Robert Ungar (2010), Grassroots 2015, a community organized festival in ONYA collective garden, Tel-Aviv, Israel (2015)

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Essay competition for college students 2011

We're proud that Black History Month has become an important time to recognize the contributions black Canadians have made to our country. If you are a student applying to college or university, tell us your story of how one or more black Canadians have helped define Canada's diverse heritage and identity through their specific achievements and contributions.

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essay competition for college students 2011

Essay competition for college students 2011

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Essay competition for college students 2011

Topic : ‘A world without bees : what is causing pollinator declines in the northern hemisphere and what are the potential implications for South Africa?’
1. *James Cottrell, Grade 11, The King’s School Linbro Park, Johannesburg James’ Essay
2. Lindsay Powell, Grade 12, Wynberg Girls’ High School, Cape Town
3. Caitlin McIntosh, Grade 11, Durban Girls’ College.
Merit Prizes
Jess Lund, Grade 11, St Mary’s DSG, Kloof
Lauren Gildenhuys, Grade 12, Wynberg Girls’ High School, Cape Town

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