LONG POINT BIOSPHERE REGION
Research and Conservation Conference
This year’s topics include:
Global decline in insect biomass, Spatial Ecology of Coyotes in Long Point region, watershed modelling and phosphorus loading of Big Creek, Flower Fly field data, tall grass butterfly recovery, context-specific road ecology, Jefferson Salamander breeding habitats, Long Point causeway bridge.
3 November 2023
8:30 am to
- 4:30 pm
Port Dover Community Centre
801 Saint George St.
As one of Canada’s 19 Biosphere Reserves designated by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the Long Point Biosphere provides support for research, monitoring, education and information exchange related to local, national and global issues of conservation and development.
This year’s research and conservation conference is, once again, an excellent opportunity for academic and student researchers, government agencies, members of NGO’s and the public to take part in an exchange of ideas related to local environmental sustainability and conservation. Being one of Canadas Priority Places we look forward to showcasing a broad range of research topics and themes within the Long Point Region Watershed.
Ticket cost: $45.00 (Lucheon included)
($30 for Students)
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