Recordings and On Demand Learning

Many different organizations have recordings of presentations and meetings for on demand viewing

Nature in the City videos (Toronto PFR)

Nature in the City is a series of short videos on native plants and invasive species (Buckthorn) produced by Toronto Parks Forestry and Recreation staff. Also see additional Video list, Facebook and TorontoTrees Twitter

Seedy Saturday Recordings for 2022 are available now.

Pollinator Partnership YouTube channel. This now includes the Stewardship Training series. Bee City YouTube channel 

2022 Green Toronto Virtual Learning Series 
Winter Birds in the Urban Jungle, Toronto's Most Notorious Tree Killers, Winter Tree Identification: Bark Branches and Buds , Soil: The Foundation for Life , Fishes of Toronto: The Effects of the Surrounding Landscape on Fish Habitat

Toronto Field Naturalists have a YouTube channel. Recordings of lectures from November 2021 to present.

Toronto Public Library - see Our Fragile Planet and Environmentalist in Residence Programs. All programs are free of charge and a library card is not required. Recordings and Upcoming Programs

TRCA Online Resources (Toronto and Region Conservation Authority)
Discover new e-Learning videos, activities, lesson plans, and more. These resources are designed to help families, teachers and their classes deepen their knowledge of nature, ecology, the environment and their place in it.

North American Native Plant Society YouTube video channel Website Speakers

Douglas Tallamy Oct 17 2021 Presentation and Resources

Weston Family Library Toronto Botanical Gardens. Canada’s largest private horticultural collection of books, magazines, a children’s collection, and two special collections. Now open for in-person visits and online browsing.

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Ecology

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