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The Humber Arboretum hosts workshops, tours, family events and more throughout the year. Advance registration is required for most events. On our calendar below, click on the event you're interested in for more details. You can also subscribe to our newsletter to be kept up to date as new events are added.

ArbTalk: Urban Species at Risk

Join Emily Rondel from the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority to learn about the pressures impacting local wildlife.

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Hoot n' Howl with the TRCA

Join Emily Rondel from the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority to learn about owls and coyotes.

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Native and Honey Bees: Habitat and Forage

While the numbers of wild pollinators in rural areas are being decimated by industrial agricultural practices and loss of habitat due to peri-urban sprawl, their counterparts in urban environments are faring comparatively better. This workshop will look at native pollinator populations that have higher densities in urban compared to rural areas. What factors contribute to this success, and what can urbanites do to make the city even more hospitable to wild pollinators? What are the benefits of encouraging wild pollinators in the city? 

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March Break Nature Camp

March Break Day Camp at the Humber Arboretum gives kids aged 5-12 a chance to get outside, get active, and connect with nature. 

Seasonal fun at this March Break Nature Camp will include maple sap harvesting, forest exploration, owl prowls, animal tracking, eco-arts, chickadee feeding and snowshoeing (if weather permits).

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