The following Organizational Members of COEO welcome you to browse their web sites.
ACER The Association for Canadian Educational Resources features excellent programs and resources for learning about environmental issues through a variety of scientifically sound ecological monitoring projects.
Bark Lake Leadership and Conference Centre provides excellent experiential education programs in a unique and natural setting. Our year-round program is tailor-made for a focused, challenging and character building leadership experience.
Camp Tawingo (Tawingo Outdoor Centre; Tawingo College) is a summer camp that has grown into an outdoor education centre for school and other groups, as well as an on-site independent school.
Central Lake Ontario Conservation (CLOCA) offers a great variety of K-8 environmental education programs for students within the watersheds of Clarington, Oshawa, and Whitby
Downsview Park has established itself as a valuable and respected educational and recreational centre for teachers, group leaders and families across the Greater Toronto Area. Downsview Park’s programs focus on sustainability—how people today can live in a way to ensure there is wellbeing, for all, forever.
Green Thumbs Growing Kids are a for-impact food and nature literacy program in three adjoining dense urban neighbourhoods in downtown east Toronto. They partner with schools, City and community agencies to help foster urban agriculture, greenspace enjoyment, physical and mental health benefits.
Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority Stewardship of the entire Lake Simcoe watershed
Leaders of the Day design and deliver experiential workshops, unbelievable, facilitated retreats and adventurous wilderness experiences and expeditions. They partner with corporate clients, not for profits like Habitat for Humanity, Universities and schools.
Project C.A.N.O.E. “Creative And Natural Outdoor Experience” Wilderness experiences for urban young people
Outdoor Council of Canada (OCC) is a nationally incorporated, non-profit, member-owned organization. The OCC has been founded to encourage, promote, and facilitate safety-oriented outdoor education and recreation programs, along with leadership opportunities, which are accessible to every Canadian.
Outward Bound Canada Learning about yourself, others and the natural environment in Canada’s great outdoors since 1969.
Royal Botanical Gardens provides hands-on programming that connects people of all ages to the natural world, ranging from curriculum-based school programs and interactive videoconferences, to day camps and adult education programming.
Toronto Outdoor Education Schools (TOES) Curriculum-based outdoor education experiences for Toronto District School Board students are offered at several outdoor centres: Etobicoke Outdoor Education Centre at Albion Hills, Forest Valley Outdoor Centre, Hillside Outdoor Centre, Mono Cliffs Outdoor Education Centre, Warren Park Outdoor Education Centre
Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre is a year-round environmental awareness site and program in the Midland area.
York Professional Care & Education (YPCE) offers child care, camps, and family drop-in programs within York Region and Simcoe County. They believe that the outdoor environment offers valuable experiences necessary during early childhood and are proud to consider themselves one of the leaders in outdoor education.
COEO is also fortunate to have organizational membership support from the following public school boards:
- Bluewater District School Board
- Halton District School Board
- Peel District School Board
- Simcoe County District School Board
- Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board
- Toronto District School Board
- Upper Grand District School Board
- Upper Thames River Conservation Authority
- Waterloo Region District School Board
- York Region District School Board