We promote biodiversity, conservation and sustainable communities in Norfolk County through community outreach, research, monitoring, partnerships and other projects.
This fall, join us to
Influence, Learn and Celebrate
2023 Annual Meeting
Thank you to all those who joined us at the 2023 Annual General Meeting on October 25th in Port Dover. We look forward to your continuing involvement in the exciting year ahead.
11th Annual Research & Conservation Conference
Thank you to all who took part in an exchange of ideas about environmental sustainability and conservation.
Friday, November 3rd
A Priority Place
A film premiere celebrating the Long Point Biosphere Region. SOLD OUT - THANK YOU
Friday, November 10th
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.”
Ganawenim Meshkiki, the Georgian Bay-based First Nation organization dedicated to community-level environmental initiatives, has committed $50K to support road ecology work in the Long Point Biosphere Region.