Be a part of making a difference
TUC has tailored workshops for virtual engagements with corporates committed to the protection of Canada’s water resources. The workshops are ideal for remote teams and organizations that strive to deepen knowledge on sustainable practices. Currently available workshops include Seed Bomb Making, TUC Environmental Talks, Virtual Reality Field Trips and Paint Night.
Paint and Learn: Species at Risk
Create art for awareness
The workshop begins by inviting participating corporate volunteers to choose species at risk from a list provided by TUC and engage in a painting activity virtually under the direction of a professional local artist.
Making Seed Bombs
Create explosive landscapes
The workshop begins by confirming seeds selected are native to the geographic region of participating corporate volunteers. A TUC biologist will demonstrate steps of making a seed bomb. TUC will provide ingredients enough to make up to 20 seed bombs per person.
Lunch and Learn: TUC Environmental Talks
Join the conversation on conservation
The workshop begins with icebreaker activity, completed together but independently through meeting platform. Participating corporate volunteers get an opportunity to calculate their individual carbon footprint with the guidance of TUC’s workshop facilitator. Workshop helps to promote an environmentally friendly organizational culture.
Virtual Reality Field Trips
Bringing nature into your office
TUC’s virtual reality field trips entail immersive site visits that allow corporate participants to access the full context of TUC’s project sites and natural habitats from the comfort of their home/office. There are live and recorded sessions. Under live session, TUC field staff will join the meeting and share a real-time 360° view of a project site. Recording of the project site will enable participants to tour the project site using a 360° view while receiving project insights from a TUC workshop facilitator.
- CED sponsorship starts $5000
- Typical corporate environment days are great for a group size of 10-40 people (depending on the type of event).
- Programs are available in all provinces and territories. Some programs are available all year round.
- Organizations interested in a CED program are encouraged to register two months in advance to ensure availability.
- All necessary equipment and tools will be provided by TUC.
- All events are run by TUC biologists and professional staff.
- TUC employs safety and health standards to ensure the wellbeing of participants.
For more information or custom event, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 1-800-909-6040
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