The Biosphere continues its renewal as we recognise a magnificent contribution from outgoing Board Chair Duncan Malcolm. After five years at the h
Duncan Malcolm, Chair of the Western Port Biosphere Reserve Foundation, announced at the recent AGM that the Board has appointed Greg Hunt as the n
Following on from the 2013 - 2014 Biosphere Pilot Report Card, the 2016 - 2017 version has now been released.
The 2016 - 2017 Western Port Biosphere Annual Report is available to view as a flipbook or to view/download as a PDF. The Annual Report provides information about the Biosphere's projects and activities during the financial year.
Issue 15 of The Connector newsletter is online now with updates from the Biosphere Foundation, councils and community groups
The Board of the Mornington Peninsula and Western Port Biosphere Reserve Foundation formally expresses its appreciation of the efforts of our staff to meet the work plans as outlined in the 2016/17 Business Plan despite the ongoing difficulties of our situation during the year. View the Work Plan Targets Progress as at 30 June 2017.
The Biosphere office has moved. As of Wednesday 23 August 2017 you'll find us at Shop 1, 97 High Street, Hastings (next to Subway). Our contact information remains the same: 5979 2167, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lifesearch 2017 runs throughout September to coincide with Biodiversity Month. Lifesearch is the Biosphere’s annual citizen science event for schools, individuals, families and community groups. It's a fabulous opportunity to get out in nature and discover the plants, birds, insects, and other animals in the Western Port Biosphere Reserve.
This year Lifesearch runs throughout September 2017 to coincide with Biodiversity Month: Register and find out more at www.biosphere.org.au/get-involved/lifesearch
The third Biodiversity Forum, held on Friday 30 June 2017, was attended by around 100 people from the community, environmental groups, agencies and local government. This year's Forum celebrated the Biosphere's Growing Connections Project, funded by the Australian Government, which came to a close on 30 June, with presentations from the Biosphere and Growing Connections partner organisations. The Forum's keynote presentation covered the new statewide Biodiversity Plan and how we can all get involved in delivering the desired outcomes.