The UNESCO SNBRA website is currently being redesigned!
The public is invited to attend the Annual General Meeting of the Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve Association on June 28, 2017 Location: Region of Queens Municipal Offices, 249 White Point Road, Liverpool NS Time: 11:30am to 12:30pm AGM 2017 notice
The Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve Association is looking for a summer student for 2017. We are seeking a candidate to continue with the education and advancement of the Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve. The successful applicant will be located and working from our office in the Caledonia Business Hub in Queens County. Applicants must be between the […]
The secretariat of the MAB Programme and the UNESCO Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe are proud to announce the organization of the 2017 MAB YOUTH FORUM – committed to sustainable Development, to be held in the Po Delta Biosphere Reserve, Italy, on 18‐23 September 2017. Young people are the future of Biosphere reserves and must be […]
For Immediate Release April 25, 2017 Southwest Nova Interactive Science Atlas Project will offer a new app to map region’s resources A unique, informative app is being developed to help guide the work of scientists, planners, students and land owners. The project is being led by Nova Scotia Community College’s Applied Geomatics Research Group (NSCC […]
The annual Clapp Conservation Award is open – available to youth in south west Nova Scotia who are pursuing a career in nature conservation. Applications through MTRI by June 2nd.
Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site is inviting applications for student summer jobs. For more details, contact John Sollows at email@example.com Early applications are encouraged! Student Employment Kejimkujik 2017 English Student Employment Kejimkujik 2017 French
Chronicle Herald article, details the “protection of 395 hectares of coastal properties in Port Joli – a region UNESCO has labelled a biosphere reserve.”
The Yarmouth County Vanguard – “Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve Association was in Yarmouth for the official opening of a science and cultural interpretive centre in the town’s Killam Building on Water Street.”
Article, originally posted by The Yarmouth County Vanguard, covering presentation about the Southwest Nova Biosphere.