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Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority

Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority > Education

​​​​​​​​​​​​​Education Programs and Services

Our education programs and services offer unique learning opportunities to schools and community groups within the Lake Simcoe watershed.

From three-dimensional watershed models to engaging outdoor activities, participants learn about the importance of conserving our shared natural environment and what they can do to make a positive impact. The result is a more engaged and connected watershed community and a healthier Lake Simcoe!

COVID-19 Update

Although our Nature Centre is currently closed for field trips, we continue to offer outreach visits in schoolyards and greenspaces in the Lake Simcoe watershed. These contactless outreach visits are conducted entirely outdoors. Private facility rentals that do not require staff support are also available at the Scanlon Creek Nature Centre​. 

To discuss your options, please email education@LSRCA.on.ca or complete a booking request form.


Two students looking at a map.School Programming

Curriculum-connected programs and services for K-12 students and teachers.


Two girls smiling at the camera while in the forest at Scanlon Creek in the winter.Community Programming

A wide array of learning opportunities for children, youth and adults in areas where they live, work and play.

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A photo of a woman standing in a creek preparing to take a sample with a netTraining and Development

Workshops, resource kits and volunteer opportunities to support education professionals and practitioners.​

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An aerial view of a family laying in the grass and colouring.Online Learning

These at-home activities offer you and your child quick and easy access to educational resources that help your child learn at home, independently or with your help.


Our Education Team

LSRCA’s Education team is small but mighty! We're a team of education experts working to support a more connected watershed community. 

Find ​out more about our team.​