Mississippi Valley Conservation (MVC) promotes a conservation ethic, the concept of stewardship, caring for our environmental resources in ways that will sustain them for future generations, and an awareness of the environment. This is done through Conservation Education Programs and Nature Camps which provide hands-on learning in a friendly, enjoyable outdoor environment.
Sarah O'Grady is the Mississippi Valley Conservation Education Coordinator at the Mill of Kintail. Sarah is very excited to introduce you to the magical world at the Mill of Kintail Conservation Area.
For all of you who have been here before rediscover the area with Sarah.
The MVC education programs are Ontario curriculum-based and presented in a fun, interactive, hands-on manner. While meeting the needs of specific grades, programs can be adapted to your needs upon request.Our education programs are not limited to school groups, call Sarah for more information about our non-curriculum based programming.
Programs are offered on site at the Mill of Kintail or let us come to your school!
Do you have access to a pond, a forest area, park or creek near your school? Let us bring the same program you have enjoyed at the Mill to your school and save the bus cost. Some programs may be conducted outside whereas others are better delivered in a classroom setting for a portion of the program.Programs are approximately 2 hours. Maximum of 30 students per instructor.
$125 per program (1/2 day)
$220 for two programs (Full day)