Lower Trent Conservation
Connecting KIDS with NATURELower Trent Conservation recognizes that the students of today are the environmental stewards of tomorrow. Through a variety of educational activities, young people are educated about the importance of environmental protection and stewardship of our watershed.



Our youth environmental programs are not funded through traditional government sources. These programs are only possible through donations and grants. Our 'Connecting KIDS with NATURE' programs include a variety of youth environmental education programs like the Tri-County Children’s Water Festival, 2021-2022 pilot Love Your Watershed program, Yellow Fish Road, and Spring Water Awareness. To support 'Connecting KIDS with NATURE', click here.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are able to offer virtual programs to classes learning in the classroom, or from home. Starting in September 2021, we may be able to offer schoolyard programs (outdoors), with 2m of physical distancing and mask wearing, if provincial and local pandemic conditions allow. 

To learn how your children/student(s) can benefit from these programs contact Environmental Education Technician Jenn McCallum by email at jenn.mccallum@LTC.on.ca or leave a message at (613) 394-3915 x.251