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Guided survival-skills hike under the canopy of the Bruce’s lush forests.
Awesome experiences that support conservation on the Bruce Peninsula!
The untold story of the ferndale flats. Join us for this special tour
Net proceeds fore! the Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association
See what's happening in 2018 - Biosphere events at a glance
Please take a look at the projects and programs of the Biosphere Association

Lion's Head Video

Lindsay Tract Video

Greig's Caves Video

BPBA funders

MEC's support of the Wilderness Eco-Adventure Program has provided essential funding as we continue to fully develop and pilot this exciting series of learning-based Eco-Adventures


Bruce Grey Simcoe
RTO7 is committed to the sustainability and increased competitiveness of tourism across Bruce Grey Simcoe

Friends of the Greenbelt
The Biosphere Association wishes to express its thanks for generous project funding by the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation, a not-for-profit organization created to help foster our living countryside by nurturing and supporting activities that preserve its environmental and agricultural integrity.
Gay Lea Foods
Gay Lea is not an ordinary business but an environmentally responsible co-operative which shares common goals with the Biosphere Association about protecting the environment
Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change
Our thanks to the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change for funding which is responsible for promoting clean and safe air, land, and water to ensure healthy communities, ecological protection and sustainable development for present and future generations of Ontarians.
Dalglish Family Foundation
Experience and academic background are major additions to the capacity of the organization. The Executive Director position was made possible through a generous grant from the Dalglish Family Foundation.
Lake Huron Georgian Bay Framework for Community Action
The Lake Huron Georgian Bay Framework for Community Action assists the Biosphere Association to address priorities by finding funding and coordinating activities with other stakeholders through a consensus-based, community-driven approach.
Ontario Trillium Foundation
We received approval of funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation and the Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund Ontario Government to monitor and restore streams, with the support of area landowners and students by taking and analysing water samples, installing alternative watering systems for cattle, and undertaking volunteer-based restoration projects.
Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund
Government of Canada
A Shoreline Stewardship Workshops were held July to September 2015. The first Shoreline Workshop covered septic systems, gardening, stormwater management and living with wildlife. Funded through the Government of Canada's National Conservation Plan.
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