The 2017 Discover Energized Environmental Resources (DEER) program began its 19th year today at the Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre with Grade 2 and 3 students from Elgin Market Public School in Kincardine.

All 64 dates in 2017 are now booked with programs scheduled at the Visitors’ Centre, Sulphur Spring Conservation Area and Inglis Falls Conservation Area. In 2016, the three locations hosted 2,388 students and teachers for the environmental awareness programs.

Although DEER is full, dates are still available for the energy education programs at the Visitors’ Centre. Teachers interested in field trips can call 519-361-7777 or email BNPDVisitorsCentre@brucepower.com to book a program.