HELP’s principal mission is to train and work with Canadian and international researchers to innovate simple low-cost profitable solutions for household waste and municipal waste water recycling at home and internationally.
About HELP INTERNATIONAL
HELP builds on the inherent strengths of prairie and agrarian culture to create leaders in the helping sciences - both at home and internationally. We carry out research, upscale models and full scale implimentations in forestry, waste recycling, and several applications of phytoremediation. One months per year dedicated to live-in ecology camps for schools.
Some of HELP's achievements include:
•2,400,000 trees planted since year 2000
•1st woodlots for Community Wide Effluent Irrigation in SK and BC
•1st Living Landfill Caps in Canada
•1st Projects Proving Capacity of Select Trees to Reverse Severe Soil Salinity
•World's 1st Floating Tree Nurseries
•1st Grain Bag Recycling Program in Saskatchewan
•1st Styrofoam Recycling Program in Weyburn
•45 Ongoing Ecological Research Projects
•19th Year of International Internships
•19th Year of Live-In Ecology Camps for Schools
•Successful Slum Conversion and Agro-forestry programming in Kenya and Sudan