We promote biodiversity, conservation and sustainable communities in Norfolk County through community outreach, research, monitoring, partnerships and other projects.
With new format features and a solid program of presentations, the 2023 Long Point Biosphere Region Research and Conservation Conference drew enthusiastic praise from many of its over 120 attendees. Several tagged it as the “best ever” in the event’s eleven-year history.
The Long Point Biosphere Region and the School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability (SERS) at the University of Waterloo (UWaterloo) signed an agreement today to facilitate collaboration in education, public outreach, and research on sustainability.
Port Rowan now has an impressive and beautiful outdoor art installation that not only adds colour and beauty to the village but also stands as a symbol of hopeful collaboration and community spirit. The brightly coloured, 2,600 square-foot mural is the second such work to be completed under the Long Point Biosphere Region’s initiative to support the Moccasin Identifier Project.
Close to 150 people turned out on Friday November 10th (2023) to celebrate the premiere of A Priority Place, a full-length documentary film. Many called the film “inspiring” and said the documentary “makes you proud to live in Norfolk County.”