Education

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Outdoor Education Programs at Terra Cotta
Explore the forests, fields, and wetlands of Terra Cotta Conservation Area with hands-on school programs. Request a booking for the upcoming season.

Stream of Dreams
Paint your “Dreamfish”, learn about protecting local rivers, and create an artistic outdoor mural for your elementary school.

Branch Out!
Take your grade 9-12 students outside to learn about climate change and plant trees in your community.

Watershed on Wheels
In-class elementary and secondary programs presented by Toronto and Region Conservation in partnership with CVC in the Region of Peel.

Peel Water Story Bus Tours
Full-day field trips exploring local rivers presented by the Region of Peel in partnership with CVC.

Teacher Resources
Workshops, classroom resources, and helpful links.

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Watershed Learning Centre at Terra Cotta Conservation Area
Fun, family-friendly programs at Terra Cotta Conservation Area.

“The Great Outdoors” Summer Camp
Spend the summer at our adventure-filled kid’s camp happening at Terra Cotta CA.

Lake Ontario Learning Centre at the Adamson Estate
Fun, family-friendly programs at the Adamson Estate.

Discovery@Riverwood
Walks, talks, and family-friendly programs presented by the Riverwood Conservancy in partnership with CVC.

Girl Guide Programs
Collect all three seasonal CVC badges with programs at Terra Cotta Conservation Area and the Adamson Estate.

Scouts Programs
Collect all three seasonal CVC badges with programs at Terra Cotta Conservation Area and the Adamson Estate.

Upcoming Events

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Multicultural Outreach and Education
Bring your ESL/LINC class to Terra Cotta Conservation Area to experience nature and explore the great Canadian outdoors.

CVC Speaker Series
Request an expert speaker from Credit Valley Conservation.

Religious Offerings and Water Quality
Learn more about our Religious Offerings outreach program.

RiverWorld Tours
Fostering multicultural appreciation of local rivers. The RiverWorld project is generously funded by the RBC Blue Water Project.

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