Changing Currents – Living Rivers

Facility: In-Class Visit
Book a Field Trip – Peel Region Only

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Program Levels:
Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grades 9-12
Course Types:
Full Day, Outreach

view of Humber River

Changing Currents – Living Rivers is a two-part program in collaboration with EcoSpark.

Through an interactive in-class experience, students will learn about the importance of our waterways and the impacts of climate change. On the field trip to a natural area, students will connect with nature and take action by engaging in environmental stewardship projects and monitoring the aquatic ecosystem.

Changing Currents invites students to explore a river or stream as they learn about the importance of water quality through citizen science. Visit EcoSpark online to learn more about the Changing Currents program.

$10 per student

Autumn. Offered in Peel Region only.

Changing Currents is designed for students in Grades 6-12. The program accommodates a maximum of 60 students per day, and requires a minimum of 10.

To ensure equity and equal access to programs, we are only able to accommodate one booking per school at this time.

About the Field Trip:
The entire field trip takes place outside. Busing is required and is the responsibility of the school. The bus is required to stay on site for the duration of the program.