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Environmental Education Programs

We offer education programs for learners of all ages that focus on the environment. Our programs include hands-on activities to develop an understanding of our watershed. 

Curriculum-linked school programs take place in a classroom or outdoor setting. Outdoor locations include schools, nearby greenspaces, or Conservation Areas. Programs range from 30 minutes to a full day for students from JK to Grade 12. Students learn about water quality, biodiversity, and climate change. Activities include tree planting, water quality monitoring, and more!

We also work with community groups and service clubs.

Our programs include:

Spring Water Awareness

Yellow Fish Road

Bondar Challenge

Not in our watershed? Find your Conservation Authority using this interactive map.  

Learn more about the environmental education programs and facilities offered by Conservation Authorities across the province. 

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