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Bayside Astronomy, Lion's Head
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The Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to achieving a healthy environment. Established in 2000, it became the first community committee to implement the concepts of UNESCO World Biosphere Reserves along the Niagara Escarpment.

The Association promotes a healthy, sustainable community with a balance between local sustainable development and conservation. It strives to build local capacity by providing support for research, monitoring, education and information exchange related to local issues. Administered by a volunteer board of directors, the Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association represents diverse members of the community, including conservationists, business owners, teachers and students and several others. This collaboration among a wide range of community members is the foundation to the Association's guiding principles, representing all interests in the community to achieve a healthy, vibrant, and sustainable community on the Bruce Peninsula.
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  • Just think 2/3 of the world can't see the Milky Way!! Here you get a guided tour. Staffed by volunteers from July 1 long weekend to labour day. Friday and Saturday night. Aim to get here about 30 min ...  more »
  • Was traveling up to Tobermory it was recommended by a friend who also loves astronomy. The host, Reed a very handsome young man was extremely knowledgeable about all the stars that he was showing us. ...  more »
  • A great experience for the entire family. Excellent guides to show you around the sky and fantastic telescopes. Run by dedicated and experienced volunteers and is no charge. A lovely spot to also enjo...  more »