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Jan Everett’s “Never Give Up” is a children’s book that is based on the true story of her husband John’s efforts to rescue turtles crossing the Long Point Causeway, once rated the fourth deadliest road for turtles in North America.
Proceeds from book sales will be used to continue the work of protecting turtles, snakes and frogs along the Long Point Causeway.
OPG Forest Corridor Project
A partnership of the Long Point World Biosphere Reserve's Forest Corridor Project, Ontario Power Generation's Carbon Sequestration and Biodiversity Program, and Long Point Region Conservation Authority's Private Land Tree Planting Program.
Monitoring Biodiversity In Norfolk
The Forest Biodiversity Monitoring Program within the biosphere has focused on the monitoring of permanent forest biodiversity plots which look at trees, shrubs and salamanders.
Turning Wastelands into Wetlands
Converting a decommissioned sewage lagoon and surrounding lands into a functional tableland wetland. Find out more about the Port Rowan Sewage Lagoon Naturalization Project!
Saving Turtles While Improving The Road
The Long Point Causeway Improvement Project is a community-based effort to revitalize the 3.5 kilometre-long causeway that links the Long Point Peninsula on Lake Erie with mainland southern Ontario
Discover Long Point Country
Find out about the many things to do here within the Biosphere! Hiking, biking, kayak/canoe trails, diving, boating, fishing, hunting, birding, dining, the beaches and many other adventures!
Charter Sponsorship Program
Long Point World Biosphere has developed a sponsorship program that will help showcase businesses, organizations and individuals that commit to biosphere principles and the community.
Become a Charter Sponsor Today!
The Long Point World Biosphere Reserve Foundation promotes research, monitoring, community outreach and education, partnerships, and projects that support the goals of biodiversity, conservation and sustainable communities in Norfolk County.