Welcome to Carp Ridge EcoWellness Centre

Dedicated to Health, Healing and Sustainability
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday 9 am to 4 pm
Saturday - Sunday CLOSED

Monday to Thursday 9-3pm and by appointment

Clinic - 4596 Carp Rd, Carp, ON K0A 1L0



Carp Ridge Learning Centre


About Our Charity

CRLC is a local charity that was incorporated in 2000 with the mission of providing programs that enhance the health and well-being of the folks in West Carleton, rural Ottawa, Canada.

Over the years we have undertaken many projects including:

  • Setting up the first Forest School in North America (under the keen vision of Marlene Power)
  • Monthly Healing Circles with speakers introducing experiential tools for body, mind and soul
  • Monthly Dinner Talks: local organic meals with speakers on topics related to health
  • Summer nature camps for children, including one for those with ADHD
  • Community Garden at the Constance Bay Legion
  • Mindfulness Programs

Current Events

$50/week including food

Ages: 14-16 yrs old

Maximum 16 participants.

For more information contact Carrie


 Register at: www.cbbca.ca


Carp Ridge Learning Centre accepting board member applications

Be the difference in someone’s life.  Join our team today!

Take up the challenge. We guarantee the rewards will be great. Connect people of all ages. Explore nature, sustainability and healing. Share. Learn. Teach.

Inspire and be inspired.

If you have an interest in or background with holistic health, education, spirituality, environmental issues or sustainability then we invite you to submit an application to work with us.

The Learning Centre’s Board of Directors functions as a governance body and a working board. We meet monthly on a Wednesday 4-6pm followed by a delicious dinner and conversation. We are looking for passionate people who resonate with the mandate of the charity and can contribute actively to its on-going development. Board members contribute about 5 hours per month of volunteer time.

While specific experience is not required, among the skills and background which would be an asset are:

  • strategic planning
  • education background
  • staff management
  • organizational development
  • policy development
  • marketing and advertising
  • fundraising
  • financial management and controls
  • experience with charity accounting rules and regulations
  • experience with charity law
  • previous experience working with charities or non-profits

You can email the Learning Centre at katherine@ecowellness.com or call 613.698.8313 to reach president, Katherine Willow.

Past Events

On Saturday August 14th 2021, the Carp Ridge Learning Centre took part in a Community BBQ at the Constance Bay Community Centre.

Check out the article in the West Carleton Online Here.

Photo by : Jake Davies