Otonabee Conservation delivers a variety of environmental education programs, for students and lifelong learners. Our goal is to engage participants in programs that explore and examine dynamic watersheds, water quality, wildlife habitat, and how activities on the landscape affect ecosystem health and function.
Otonabee Conservation staff work with local teachers, organizations, and service clubs to develop and deliver programs that are tailored to the specific needs of the group. These educational sessions range from a 30-minute classroom presentation to a full day outdoor session, either at the school or at a conservation project site. Among our educational programs provided are:
- Spring Water Awareness
- Yellow Fish Road
- Be a Watershed Steward
- Watersheds and Water Quality
Otonabee Conservation is pleased to host the annual Discovery Days weekend of outdoor activities the entire family will enjoy. Discovery Days are held on select weekends throughout the summer months at the Warsaw Caves Conservation Area and Campground and Beavermead Campground. The activities are free with general day use admission and pre-registration is not required.
Please check back as the summer of 2017 approaches for details on the activities being offered during Discovery Days 2017.
Otonabee Conservation appreciates the support of its activity leaders and sponsors involved with Discovery Days.
General Environmental Education Programs
Otonabee Conservation staff are also available to deliver presentations related to a variety of environmental themes including water quality, habitat, biodiversity, land use planning and wetlands. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire or schedule an in-class or outdoor session.
Co-operative Education Placements
Otonabee Conservation is proud to host co-operative education placements for secondary and post-secondary students. Please contact email@example.com to discuss these opportunities.