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The BPBA has received funding from Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation to promote recognition of the value of having a system of interconnected protected spaces on the Bruce Peninsula.
In 2012 we began the multi-year Six Streams Initiative to reduce phosphorus, nitrates, E.coli, oil and other undesirable elements entering our streams. We have several ambitious objectives...
The BPBA conducts monthly and annually monitoring on private and public lands including Aquatic Ecosystems, Forest Ecosystems and Salamander Abundance/ Diversity.
Phragmites australis has been classified as the worst invasive species in Canada. Since 2014 the BPBA has been surveying, controlling, mapping, and monitoring it on the Bruce Peninsula.
The BPBA has been spreading awareness of the importance and ways to maintain our dark skies in the Northern Bruce Peninsula - a dark sky friendly community within a world biosphere reserve.
Join us in July and August for the Biosphere’s FREE hands on astronomy lessons by local, amateur astronomers. Come out and explore , learn about, and see the wonders of the night sky up close !
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The Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association's  projects and programs are made possible through the hard work of our staff and the generous contributions of volunteers and donors. Please click on the projects above to read about our work.

We need volunteers like you to help ensure we have a vibrant and stustainable community in harmony with our unique natural environment. Please give us a call at (519) 377-5166 if you would like to volunteer or if you can make a donation to help with future projects!