A fully-funded program for priority groups
Deep in Toronto’s beautiful High Park hides a fragment of one of Canada’s most unique and endangered ecosystems, the Black Oak savannah. Tall prairie grasses and wildflowers wave under giant oak trees to support a host of urban wildlife including chipmunks, Blue Jays and monarch butterflies. The High Park Nature Centre invites your group to join us and experience the magic of the savannah first hand:
- Take a guided walk through a savannah remnant
- Participate in a planting activity to help our savannah restoration project grow
- Create your own savannah seed ball to take with you
- This fully-funded, 75 minute after school or evening program has been developed for students from priority neighbourhoods in the GTA
- Offered on Mondays (only) from September 26 to October 31
- Programs run outdoors only, rain or shine
- Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours in advance, re-bookings cannot be guaranteed
- Group size is limited to a minimum of 10 to a maximum of 40 individuals
While we are pleased to offer this program free of charge, regretfully we cannot offer transportation subsidies. Our site is easily accessible by transit – click here to view directions to our site.
This program was made possible by support from the Weston Family Parks Challenge, an initiative of The W. Garfield Weston Foundation in collaboration with the Ontario Trillium Foundation and administered by Toronto Park People.
A confirmation request will be emailed to the address provided. If you do not receive an email within 2 days of making your request, please call us at 416-392-1748.
For more information on the program, contact Liz at firstname.lastname@example.org.