Sponsors and Partners
The Kortright Centre works alongside private and public organizations that are dedicated to the protection of the natural environment and the promotion of sustainable energy use.
Sponsors and Supporters
The Kortright Centre for Conservation acknowledges the ongoing financial support from York Region for our educational programming, habitat restoration and renewable energy projects.
The Kortright Centre for Conservation acknowledges the financial support of the Government of Canada for facility upgrades to our education centre.
The Kortright Centre for Conservation would like to acknowledge the generous financial contribution from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to our on-site bee education programming. From February 2017 - March 2019 we will be making significant enhancements to our bee education program, offering additional programming and making improvements our bee space thanks to the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
The Kortright Centre for Conservation would like to acknowledge the generous financial contribution from Celebrate Ontario for enhancements to our Maple Syrup Festival.
$10,000 - $39,999
The Kortright Centre for Conservation would like to acknowledge the generous financial contribution from Mountain Equipment Coop to increase accessibility of our trails. In 2017, these funds will allow us to purchase an all-terrain wheelchair, upgrade our trail signage, and improve trail surfacing.
The Kortright Centre for Conservation would like to acknowledge the generous financial contribution from The Schad Foundation for the improvements to our trail system.
$1,500 - $9,999
Bullfrog Power and Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA) have formed a partnership based on a shared commitment to support and encourage the development of renewable power in Ontario. The Kortright Centre, now a bullfrogpoweredTM facility, is Canada's largest outdoor education centre where people of all ages can learn how to make smart green choices.
Visit Bull Frog Power at www.bullfrogpower.com
On October 14, 2004, the Earth Rangers Centre opened as the operational base for its education and wildlife programs. The facility covers 5,575 square metres (60,000 square feet) on a 12.5 hectare (31 acre) site at the Kortright Centre. Housing a small theatre, interactive educational displays and one of the world's most specialized wildlife centres the facility helps to educate and inspire the more than 100,000 people who come to the Kortright Centre every year.
Visit Earth Rangers at www.earthrangers.ca