Our Impact

  • children learn traditional dance from history actors at Black Creek Village

    Black Creek Pioneer Village

    Black Creek Pioneer Village is an open-air heritage museum where visitors can discover historic buildings, rare and heritage breed animals, historical artifacts, and programs to engage people of all ages.

  • hydro corridor meadow at sunset

    The Meadoway

    The Meadoway is transforming an underutilized hydro corridor between the Don River ravine and Rouge National Urban Park into a vibrant 16-kilometre stretch of urban greenspace and native meadow habitat.

  • high school group visits Tommy Thompson Park

    Tommy Thompson Park

    Tommy Thompson park is located on a man-made peninsula, known as the Leslie Street Spit. It is one of the largest areas of existing natural habitat along the Toronto waterfront, and one of the best destinations for nature watching in the Greater Toronto Area.

  • artist rendering of Bolton Camp

    Bolton Camp Project

    Once a much-loved overnight summer camp, the Bolton Camp property is being redeveloped as an adaptable space for a wide range of interests and events that encourage creativity, innovation and learning, including outdoor festivals, classes, camps, and more.

  • Environmental Leaders of Tomorrow students explore forest trail at Claremont Nature Centre

    Environmental Leaders of Tomorrow

    This award-winning program education program combines classroom learning with an immersive experience at one of TRCA’s field centres. Students engage in lifestyle and learning activities that are key to building sustainable communities.

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