The NEBN Blog

Finding a balance between research, education, and outreach through learning from nature

12/08/2023

I grew up close to nature between a farm and the woods in various regions of the province of Quebec. I love nature and I decided early on to become a biologist as a teenager. Through my undergraduate and graduate studies, I returned to [...]

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Letter of Support Town of Lincoln

11/08/2023

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NIAGARA ESCARPMENT BIOSPHERE NETWORK

10/08/2023

Newsletter Communication You are receiving this newsletter because you live in or near a World Biosphere Site, the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere to be precise. Did you know scientific studies show regular contact and physical activity [...]

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Your feedback is important to us!

03/05/2023

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Dear Friend of the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Network, Please read the following article for an update on our organization’s governance process. For UNESCO’s Periodic Review we request any useful information you’d like to share about [...]

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Our Compact With Nature Is Indispensable

17/03/2023

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As an Anishinaabekwe Water Walker from Neyaashiinigming (Land Surrounded By Water), I am dedicated to the land and water. Protecting the environment within our territory and surrounding areas has always been important to me. I was born [...]

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Biodiversity

16/03/2023

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The Northern Bruce Peninsula has a rich mosaic of landforms creating a variety of habitats. The result: a biodiversity hotspot recognized for its abundance of rare and endangered species and natural communities. It has the largest [...]

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Bird Migration Monitoring at Cabot Head Nature Reserve, Saugeen Bruce Peninsula

15/03/2023

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At the northeast tip of the Saugeen Bruce Peninsula, under the white bluffs of the Niagara Escarpment, is a wild mix of forests, alvars, wetlands, and lakes, bordered by the rugged shoreline of Georgian Bay. This is the Cabot Head [...]

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Cape Croker Park

14/03/2023

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Since time immemorial, my Anishinaabe ancestors have been intrinsically connected to Mother Earth. We explored her woods, rivers, lakes, mountains, and plains. From Mother Earth came our food, medicine, clothing, language, and stories. [...]

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One Woman’s Relationship with the Niagara Escarpment

14/03/2023

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The Niagara Escarpment is a natural wonder that never fails to captivate with its wildness. Its rugged cliffs, waterfalls, and dense forests evoke a sense of timelessness, transporting you back to a primordial era. It’s easy to [...]

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Protecting the Niagara Escarpment

13/03/2023

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When I was a young child, I was endlessly fascinated with nature. As I hiked along the Bruce Trail, I found absolute joy in discovering the many mammals, reptiles, fish, and insects that lived in the forests, streams and meadows that I [...]

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