Educational Resources

Ready to learn all about the Oak Ridges Moraine and all it has to offer? Explore this page for a starting point for educational resources on the Oak Ridges Moraine in your curriculum.

There are many ways to incorporate information about the Oak Ridges Moraine. The links below are only a starting point on your way to help your students learn to love the Oak Ridges Moraine. If you are interested in having us come talk to a class or school, please email us at landtrust@oakridgesmoraine.org or call us at 905-853-3171 x30.

EcoSpark has many resources for topics about the Moraine.

Take your group on a guided walk on the Oak Ridges Moraine with York Region’s Nature’s Classroom Program to learn about it’s forests and their importance.

The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) provides programming about the Oak Ridges Moraine for various grade levels.

Learn more about how moraines are formed from National Geographic.

Classroom presentations about the Oak Ridges Moraine may be available depending on your school location; contact the Oak Ridges Moraine Land Trust 905-853-3171 for information.

To learn more about forests and forest functioning follow these links:

Forests Ontario: Forest Education Resources

The Canadian Atlas Online: Mixed Wood Plains

To learn more about wildlife follow these links:

Federal Species at Risk

Species at Risk in Ontario

Biokits

To learn more about water, hydrology and caring for streams follow these links:

Resources for Rethinking

Ontario Streams

Groundwater Foundation