At Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), community engagement is a critical component of developing a sustainable city region.
We are shifting our education and stewardship delivery approach to a community engagement and learning model. The Community Engagement and Learning Model represents a move away from a program-specific delivery model to an integrated learning model where specific community needs are addressed through thoughtful planning, engagement and service delivery.
Community Engagement Programs By Region
Calendar of Events
Join TRCA at one of our many public events, including community tree plantings, park clean-ups and guided nature walks.
Volunteering at TRCA
TRCA has a variety of volunteer opportunities at various locations across the Greater Toronto Area. Join our team of volunteers and make your contribution!
Private Land Grants
At TRCA, we recognize that a healthy watershed is the result of the efforts of all the landowners within it. TRCA works with landowners throughout the Greater Toronto Area to help them protect and enhance their natural environment.
Led by TRCA, PAIE (Professional Access Into Employment) is an innovative bridge training program designed to connect employers and skilled, internationally-trained environmental professionals.
Multicultural Connections Program
TRCA’s Multicultural Connections Program engages newcomers to Canada through in-class environmental educational programs at English language learning centres and through outdoor field trips.
Newcomer Youth Green Economy Project
TRCA’s Newcomer Youth Green Economy Project offers newcomer post-secondary students access to learning opportunities and skills training in a variety of environmental disciplines, including ecological restoration, water management, green energy and environmental education.