This initiative aims to engage seniors in environmental education for elementary students. “We see this project as a way to pass on a culture of stewardship from one generation to the next; keeping the information, and our local environment, living.” stated Paul Horgen, Senior and Chair of Project Watershed. The Comox Valley Project Watershed Society’s Seniors Keeping it Living with Students in the Comox Valley project is being funded in part by the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program. Additional funding is being provided by the Comox Valley Community Foundation, the Peninsula Coop and Mountain Equipment Coop. The materials will be made available to teachers and other educators for the 2017/2018 school year.