Conservation, Sustainable Development, Capacity Building

What are we?

The Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association is a non-profit, community-based registered charity on the Bruce Peninsula that serves the community and conserves the environment.

Our Mission

The mission of the Association is to build community commitment and capacity in conservation and sustainable development while achieving concrete environmental goals. From its creation in 2000, the Association has been implementing the concepts of UNESCO World Biosphere Reserves.

Who are we?

Administered by a volunteer board of directors, the Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association represents diverse members of the community, including conservationists, farmers, business owners, teachers, students and others. This collaboration among a wide range of community members is one of the main guiding principles of the Association. Board members and volunteers come together from groups with various interests to achieve a healthy, vibrant and sustainable community on the Bruce Peninsula.
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The Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association is a non-profit, community-based registered charity dedicated to achieving a healthy environment. From its creation in 2000, the Association it has been implementing the concepts of UNESCO World Biosphere Reserves. The mission of the Association is to build community commitment and capacity in conservation and sustainable development while achieving concrete environmental goals.

Administered by a volunteer board of directors, the Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association represents diverse members of the community, including conservationists, farmers, business owners, teachers, students and others. This collaboration among a wide range of community members is one of the Association's guiding principles. The board represents various interests to increase its effectiveness in achieving a healthy, vibrant, and sustainable community on the Bruce Peninsula.

A Brief History of the Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association

The Niagara Escarpment became a Biosphere Reserve on February 8, 1990. The Biosphere Association was established in 2000 as a community group committed to "living the principles of a UNESCO Biosphere". The organization incorporated formally on November 29, 2002. The BPBA obtained Supplementary Letters Patent on Jan 4, 2008. Charitable registration was awarded by the Canada Revenue Agency in 2008.

Audited Financial Statements for the Biosphere Association Audited financial statements may be viewed by clicking on the following links. 2014 Audited Financial Statements 2013 Audited Financial Statements.