On Wednesday, October 5, the Bruce Peninsula Environment Group (bpeg.ca), in collaboration with the Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association (bpba.ca), will be facilitating a town hall community discussion exploring the question - “What is sustainable tourism and what could it look like on the Bruce Peninsula?”
The goals of the meeting are: 1) to increase collaboration among the various tourism agencies (private operators, tourism associations, municipality, national park), 2) to identify some key priorities and opportunities to explore that would support sustainable tourism, and 3) to begin creating a long-term community vision of how we want to see tourism develop on the Bruce Peninsula. So bring your ideas!
The meeting will be at 7:30 PM at the Lion’s Head Rotary Hall. Refreshments provided. If you need Facebook to help remind you or if you'd like to share the event with friends, join the event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/948940821874394/
We hope you can make it! Also, feel free to pass along this invitation to others who you think might be interested in this discussion!
See you on the 5th,
Megan Myles, Chair, bpeg.ca
The Bruce Peninsula Environment Group (BPEG) is committed to preserving the unique ecology of the Bruce Peninsula and promoting a greater awareness of the diverse flora, fauna, geology, and cultural history of this region.
We subscribe to the concept of sustainable development - striking a healthy balance between environmental protection and economic activity.
We seek to build partnerships with other groups, agencies, and individuals in seeking cooperative community based solutions to present and future environmental challenges and concerns.
Through education, presentation, and open dialogue BPEG endeavours to communicate the importance of and the means to maintaining a healthy natural environment.