Bruce Peninsula Environment Group (BPEG) is active within the community and takes a leadership role in developing and promoting projects and initiatives to benefit the community and protect the environment. Following are current and past projects BPEG has undertaken since its beginning in 1989. 

  • 15 Aug 2018 12:19 AM | Rod Layman (Administrator)

    Jan Mackie and Judi McLeod worked tirelessly to raise awareness about plastic water bottle use and their toll on the environment. As a result of their efforts, water bottle filling stations were installed in 2016 in Tobermory, Lion's Head, and at the national park visitor centre. 

  • 5 Oct 2016 7:30 PM | Rod Layman (Administrator)

    BPEG sponsored and facilitated a highly successful community discussion on sustainable tourism in October 2016 with more than150 participants. A BPEG Sustainable Tourism Working Group has been set up to craft a long-term community vision of how we want to see tourism develop on the Bruce Peninsula.

  • 10 Jun 2015 9:00 AM | Rod Layman (Administrator)
    Planting beds to deter geese

    In 2015, volunteers led by Rod Layman, including high school students, planted perennial beds along part of the north shore of Lion's Head beach to stop geese from fouling the beach. Additional perennial beds are planned to further discourage the birds from coming on-shore in the remaining areas of the beach, including the pavilion and campground areas. 

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