About

Over 100 volunteers head out to their activities for the morning.

The Bruce Grey Forest Festival was initiated in 2010 by Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority, Grey Sauble Conservation Authority, Sydenham Conservation Foundation and a number of like-minded organizations to promote the wise use of our forest resources. It’s mission: “to cultivate in every participant a better understanding of an appreciation for our forest resources and the environment in which we live.” Over 900 grade seven students participate in a variety of hands-on, curriculum based fun activities over the course of three days in October at Allan Park. Over 100 secondary students, industry representatives and community volunteers host the activity centres. The thirty activity centres are loosely based on these themes: forest ecosystems and interactions; biodiversity and species at risk; forest resources management and sustainability; climate change and stewardship and conservation. These activity centres, being located in a forest environment connect classroom learning with the actual forest ecosystem.

Bruce Grey Forest Festival

Grade 7 students head into the forest to learn and have fun!

The Grey Bruce Forest Festival is held each year in early October at Allan Park as an effort to teach today’s youth about the importance of our forest resources.

We are busy planning for this year’s Festival and will be updating this website regularly. Stay tuned for more information.

October 6, 7, 8, 2020 Mark your calendars!

 

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