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Where Learning is Natural

From programs to connect children with the natural world to opportunities for Humber College students to practice their skills, education is part of the foundation of the Humber Arboretum.

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School Programs

Bring your class for engaging and active curriculum-connected learning opportunities for Kindergarten to Grade 12.

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Nature Day Camps

Nature day camps give kids aged 4 to 13 the chance to explore and get outdoors with experienced camp leaders.

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Adult Programs

Opportunities include gardening, sustainability, and beekeeping workshops plus support for many Humber College programs.

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Grow Anywhere: Virtual Learning

It's an incredible experience to learn in nature, but that doesn't mean the learning has to stop when you go inside. Whether you're at home, in your residence room, at the office, or in the classroom, explore this content from the Humber Arboretum and beyond to keep your knowledge growing.

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Applied Research & Conservation

Through partnerships with organizations such as the City of Toronto’s Park, Forestry and Recreation Department, Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA), and Humber College’s Department of Applied Research & Innovation, the Humber Arboretum is involved in many important research projects and conservation initiatives.