Outdoor Environmental Education
 

PROGRAMS STARTING AGAIN THIS FALL!!!

Give your students the opportunity to experience nature through our hands-on, curriculum linked field trips, available for all grade levels. 

Offered in our Conservation Areas, favourite programs include our exploring walks with a pond study, snowshoeing (Jan-Feb), and sugar bush tours (March).  We also offer programs focused on animals, plants, orienteering, GPS, habitats, biodiversity, invasive species, art in nature, stream study, project wild activities, and wetlands.

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Programs

Layered Pine Tree

Printable

Program

Guide

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CONTACT

Cathy Grant

Education Instructor

905 579-0411 ext. 108

Email:cgrant@cloca.com

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Check out Bee City Canada's FREE Virtual Learning Sessions Available from Kindergarten to Grade 6

We offer educational opportunities for people of all ages and abilities.  Programs can be customized for your group's needs.  For more information about extra curricular opportunities, please contact Cathy Grant directly.  

 

All of our Conservation Areas are available to teachers wishing to conduct their own outdoor programs. Please contact Central Lake Ontario Conservation; booking fees may apply.

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"...this was the best field trip I had taken my students to for decades.  Our students had the time  of their lives, they never stopped talking about their adventures! "

Grade 2  Teacher

Exploring Animal Clues in Nature  with Pond Option

"Visited as a school trip volunteer, CLOCA puts on a great youth program."

 

Parent Volunteer

Google Reviews

"Just wanted to thank everyone involved for an awesome day.  Despite the rainy weather, the students had a very enjoyable time."​

 

Grade 5 Teacher

Coyote Cache and Geodash Programs

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Older student showing younger students a frog in a clear container
Students on a floating dock using dip nets in the pond