The Long Point World Biosphere Reserve Foundation acknowledges that we meet on the traditional territories of the Attawandaron, Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples and show respect today to the communities of the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory and the Mississaugas of the Credit whose Treaty lands include the Long Point World Biosphere Reserve.

The Long Point Biosphere Reserve was happy to sponsor a student from New Credit to participate in the 2020 Ontario Nature Youth Summit.  The theme for this year was “Mother Earth”.  Ontario Nature, the Indigenous Environmental Institute at Trent UniversityPlenty Canada, and Walpole Island Land Trust partnered with Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth leaders from across Ontario to offer a unique cross-cultural event.

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