Educational Resources

Why Wetlands?

This video has been produced for Why Wetlands? A Multimedia Approach which is an investigative look into wetlands through multimedia and environmental inquiry.  This program includes a video, in-class materials and field trip to Terra Cotta Conservation Area, and was sponsored by Wildlife Habitat Canada.

Since 1985, Wildlife Habitat Canada, a national, non-profit, charitable conservation organization, has invested over $50 million supporting more than 1,500 conservation projects across Canada, through its granting program. Funds invested to support grants come from the purchase of the Canadian Wildlife Habitat Conservation Stamp. The Stamp is purchased primarily by waterfowl hunters to validate their Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permits.

Wildlife Habitat Canada works through partnerships with communities, landowners, governments, non-government organizations, and industry to conserve, enhance, and restore wildlife habitat. To learn more about the projects that Wildlife Habitat Canada has funded, please visit

 Without habitat…there is no wildlife. It’s that simple!

Climate Solutions for the Credit River Watershed

Hey Teachers! Download this free series of videos and classroom activities to help your high school students learn how climate change affects us here in the Credit River watershed, and what is being done to help.

Bringing Back the Brook Trout

Climate Change Solutions

Food, Farming and Climate Change


Newcomers to Canada from around the globe are being introduced to the wonders of nature in their new home through Credit Valley Conservation’s Riverworld program. An interpretive hike through the woods and participation in a hands-on river health study encourage environmental appreciation and stewardship in one of Canada’s fastest growing communities.

Terra Cotta Files

Hey Teachers! Are you looking for free online videos about local plants and animals to use in the classroom? Then be sure to check out the “Terra Cotta Files,” a series of short scientific videos that highlight species of interest within the Credit River watershed.

Bird Migration


Snapping Turtles

Barn Swallows

Poison Ivy

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