Contact Us

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would like more information:

You can find us on Twitter: 
@TorontoCEP

You can also find us on Facebook:
Children’s Teaching Kitchen Page
Children’s Eco Programs Page 

Our Mailing Address:
Children’s Eco Programs
Hillside Gardens, High Park
c/o Etobicoke Civic Centre Mail Room
399 The West Mall
Toronto, ON, M9C 2Y2

Our Fax Number:
416-3921319

Or talk to real people 🙂 :

Keely Forth
Community Recreation Programmer – Environmental
Children’s Eco Programs
Parks, Forestry and Recreation
Hillside Gardens, High Park
416-392-1329
kidsgrow@toronto.ca

Mike Carroll
Program Coordinator
Children’s Eco Programs
Parks, Forestry and Recreation
Hillside Gardens, High Park
mcarrol@toronto.ca

Nicole Tanti
Expansion Specialist – For City of Toronto Recreation Centres
Children’s Eco Programs
Parks, Forestry and Recreation
Hillside Gardens, High Park
416-392-8198
ntanti@toronto.ca

4 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Hi,
    We have 2 grade two and one grade 1/2 that would like to register for a visit. The amazing animals full day sounds interesting. Would you be able to give us some dates?

  2. I am interested in taking a few classes of grade nines and tens, I was wondering about the high school program, since there were no details other than to contact you. Let me know anything that could be arranged?

    1. Thanks for your interest in the Children’s Garden and Eco Programs! We can certainly arrange a program for Grade 9/10 classes. It would be a hike program at this time of year and would focus on sustainable ecosystems and climate change. Here in High Park we have a rare Black Oak Savannah habitat to explore and a major migration route for birds via Grenadier Pond and Lake Ontario. We would discuss/run activities about the human influence on this rare habitat, how it’s changed and how humans are protecting it now (We often have controlled burns throughout this area too).

      We would also discuss/run activities about how climate change is and will be affecting natural areas such as High Park and how urban natural areas are more at risk … but also how urban natural areas and the increase in green roofs and green space in general can help keep our City healthy.

      We can also incorporate topics that you would like the group to focus on. Feel free to email me if you would like more information – rsalt(at)toronto.ca

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