At Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), community engagement is a critical component of developing a sustainable city region.
Our community engagement team delivers programs focused on natural and cultural heritage, habitat creation and citizen science that engage the public in environmental initiatives. We work in partnership with residents, schools, community groups and municipalities to deliver these programs.
Looking for an Event in Your Community?
Our up-to-date Calendar of Events has the complete run-down, from wildflower plantings and litter clean-ups to guided walks and workshops.
I Want to Explore…
TRCA’s community programs are incredibly wide-ranging: from natural and cultural heritage awareness, to community outreach and education, to habitat creation and citizen science. Whatever your interest, there is something here for you.
Ready to get your hands dirty? TRCA offers activities that give you the opportunity to take practical, ground-level action to help the local environment:
- Tree and shrub plantings
- Wildflower plantings
- Litter clean-ups
- Planting site monitoring and care
- Invasive species management
Are you a member of the Pickering community? Learn more about Environmental Stewardship Pickering
LEARNING IN NATURE
Enrich your knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the local environment, through TRCA learning programs designed to educate communities about the natural world and our place in it:
- Outdoor events
- Guided walks
- Citizen science programs
- On-site educational booths
- Indoor learning opportunities
- Customized programming
Interested in Organizing a Program or Event for Your Community?
A member of our team will be happy to help! Contacts by Region:
416.661.6600 x 5967
416.661.6600 x 5676
416.661.6600 x 5389