Ecology Park School Programs

GreenUP Ecology Park provides dynamic nature-based programs that bring the curriculum to life. Enhance your classroom lessons through exciting hands-on exploration and activities delivered by experienced educators. Students will explore and learn in a diversity of habitats including the Meade Creek wetland, tree nursery, meadow, forest and demonstration gardens.Curriculum-linked programs focus on a variety of environmental education themes such as soils and compost, animals and habitats, plants and trees, food gardens, insects, and many more! French programming is also available upon request.

Programs at GreenUP Ecology Park are offered May through October. The subsidized cost for our programs is $10.00 per student. We also offer classroom programs too during the winter months!

For more information, contact 705-745-3238 ext 216.

DOWNLOAD: 2018 GreenUP Ecology Park Program Guide for Elementary Grades

Enrich your classroom experience with community-based education in Peterborough and the Kawarthas. Discover what this region has to offer!  GreenUP, Kawartha World Issues Centre – Seeds for Justice, TRACKS, and Camp Kawartha offer a variety of educational programs for elementary and secondary students.

-Plan 2 workshops in one day
-Combine 2 workshops from 2 different organizations to create a full-day program
-Pair a free program with a paid program for double the value

DOWNLOAD: 2016/2017 Education in the Kawarthas Brochure

Birthday Parties


Celebrate your child’s birthday with environmental discovery at GreenUP Ecology Park! Explore wildlife, bugs & habitats through hands on activities, active games, scavenger hunts and crafts to take home. $150 per two-hour program (up to 10 children, additional children $8.00 each) no additional taxes.

To book your child’s party, contact

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