The Long Point Biosphere Region is an area of global ecological significance that makes an ongoing commitment to the United Nations to strive for sustainability. Visitors and residents are inspired to coexist in harmony with nature.
It is located in Norfolk County, on the north shore of Lake Erie in the heart of Carolinian Canada.
Hosting more endangered species per-capita than the rest of Canada, it is home to the greatest number of plants and animals and the highest densities of wildlife in all of Canada.
Friends of the LPBR
Become a FRIEND of the LPBR to show your support for the programs and services of the Long Point Biosphere Region.
Become a Friend of the LPBR with a donation of $25.00/ year or more!
When you become a Friend you:
- Join a community organization of like minded individuals who care about learning, sharing, preserving and enjoying local natural areas
- Receive a subscription to the Friends newsletter
- Receive a receipt for income tax purposes for your donation
- Support the Long Point Biosphere Region’s mission to collaborate to enhance ecosystem and community well-being, and unite people with nature.
New NatureHood Videos
With funding from Nature Canada, our NatureHood program went virtual this past year.
Due to Covid-19 new videos were produced to showcase the wonderful natural beauty and fragile ecosystem at locations where we normally take our students. We will feature new videos every couple of weeks so be sure to visit our website home page over the next couple of months to see them all.
We have seen a dramatic shift in the way children spend their time, with less time playing outside and more time spent indoors, sedentary and screen-based. Excessive screen time is having negative health impacts on Canadian children.
Have you ever gone for a walk in the woods and thought the air felt a little cooler than where you entered the woods from? Chances are that it is. It’s likely cooler than your street, yard, or even the agricultural field nearby.
Now that the first turtles are emerging from their winter naps, motorists should start watching for them crossing local roads. That’s the message of a postcard being mailed out this week to all households in Norfolk County by Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) in support of its Long Point Walsingham Forest Priority Place (LPWF) conservation project.