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  • volunteer participates in citizen science program

    Citizen Scientists Take Action!

    TRCA’s annual Citizen Science Volunteer Program was launched at the beginning of 2021 with significant interest from the community!

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  • aerial view of greenspace in TRCA jurisdiction

    Explore Natural Connections and Resources

    TRCA’s Watershed and Ecosystems Reporting Hub allows residents and stakeholders of TRCA watersheds to access up-to-date data regarding the environmental…

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  • child examines driftwood and stones on the shore of a lake

    Connecting Children with Lands and Nature

    The Greater Toronto Area has been the homeland of Indigenous peoples for more than 10,000 years, and it is important…

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  • young women participating in Girls Can Too program learn to use power tools

    Girls Can Too: Supporting Young Women

    Through the Girls Can Too program, more than 350 young women have been involved in important and creative building projects…

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  • TRCA team member prepares food to help support vulnerable communities in Peel and York Regions

    Using Healthy Food to Support Communities

    Thanks to the commitment of the Weston Family Foundation, the healthy meal provision included in the Environmental Leaders of Tomorrow…

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  • A view of a lake

    Outdoor Adventures   

    If you are looking for activities that will help get you and your family outdoors, while also keeping you cool through some of Toronto region’s hot summer…

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  • Take the next step to support conservation graphic

    Take the Next Step with Global Heroes! 

    The Foundation is proud to have been featured in Global Heroes this month, as the magazine highlighted the important role that we share…

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  • Phragmites

    The Fight Against Phragmites

    TRCA has worked to successfully restore the habitat quality in wetlands for species at risk through the management of an invasive species known as Phragmites australis (or the…

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  • Plastics found on a beach

    Trapping Trash Along Toronto’s Waterfront   

    The amount of plastic entering the Great Lakes every year is equal to the weight of the CN Tower (approximately 10,000 tonnes)! Microplastic pollution is becoming an…

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  • Rain barrels

    Harvest the Rain! 

    Harvest the Rain is a home retrofit program for single-family homes in the Black Creek SNAP neighbourhood. Homeowners meet with program advisors…

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