Blog & Media


  •  28/07/2021 12:12 PM

Raising caterpillars is a straightforward and rewarding opportunity. It is a wonderful chance for young and old to gain a greater appreciation for our winged relatives and see the beauty of metamorphosis up close and personal and help support their populations.

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  •  27/07/2021 12:37 PM

Leigh, a wonderful staff member of Camp Kawartha Environment Centre has recently written a blog post about our TRACKS activity kits and books.

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  •  20/07/2021 12:38 PM

At TRACKS Youth program we are continuing to watch the news and have conversations, as the recoveries of the many children continue. At this time we would like to offer links to mental health resources and support. We will be posting the list on our website, Instagram profile, Facebook and Twitter. Please reach out if you need support.

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  •  12/06/2021 10:00 AM

Hear a little of the history of the Odenaabe as well as resources where you can learn more!

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  •  09/06/2021 10:09 AM

Here from our past and current Oshkwazin staff members on the importance of building a relationship with the land.

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  •  05/06/2021 12:13 PM

The TRACKS Team has provided some tips for how we can continue to care for our watershed as well as efforts to help restore it!

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  •  26/05/2021 10:51 AM

This past year Jaida has worked at TRACKS in the Oshkwazin team in the Development and Delivery position and will now be joining us this summer in the TRACKS Oshkwazin Summer Youth Supervisor position.

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  •  26/05/2021 09:35 AM

Zhaawnong Webb is a Michi Saagi Anishinaabe who was raised in the Kawartha Anishinaabe community of Burleigh Falls Ontario. While also belonging to the Algonquin Anishinaabe community of Kitigan-Zibi First Nation.

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  •  26/05/2021 09:35 AM

Caitie is looking forward to a summer of engaging with student-led and nature-based programming, and continuing to learn with and from the land.

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  •  17/05/2021 02:32 PM

For Science Odyssey Week in 2021, we created an asynchronous learning opportunity for youth to learn about the water cycle for TRACKS staff member Jazzmin Foster.

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  •  27/04/2021 10:07 AM

Given our responsibility as a youth program during the COVID-19 pandemic and the need for increased social distancing, TRACKS is taking a pause from active programming for a bit. As things continue to progress, we will post updates to this page!

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  •  06/04/2021 12:44 PM

Check out our annual report for a look at 2020 in review, as well as a special feature on our 10 year anniversary!

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