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Welcome to BoFEP

The Bay of Fundy Ecosystem Partnership is a virtual Institute, open to both individuals and groups  who are interested in the well being of the Bay of Fundy. It is our goal to promote the integrity, vitality, biodiversity and productivity of the Bay of Fundy Ecosystem, and to protect the social well-being and economic sustainability of its coastal communities. We strive to facilitate communication and co-operation among individuals and organizations interested in understanding, sustainably using and conserving the resources and unique ecology of the Bay of Fundy.

12th BoFEP Science Workshop – Call for Abstracts

The 12th bay of Fundy Ecosystem Partnership Science Workshop will be held 9-12 May 2018, at the Cox Institute, Agricultural Campus, Dalhousie University, Truro, NS. The workshop theme is A Changing Fundy Environment: Emerging Issues, Challenges and Priorities. A list of topics for which posters and oral presentations are invited is posted on the  2018 …

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Invitation to the BoFEP 2017 AGM

The Annual General Meeting of the Bay of Fundy Ecosystem Partnership will be held on Friday, November 17th at Mount Alison University, Sackville NB as follows: Management Committee:  9:30 am -12:30 pm. Wallace McCain student centre, 62 York Street room 125. Annual General Meeting of the Membership:  1:00 pm – 4:30 pm.  Ralph Pickard Bell …

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11th BoFEP Science Workshop Proceedings now available online

11th Science Workshop (2016) “Fundy in Flux: Challenges for Science, Policy and Society” June 9 – June 11, 2016 St. Thomas University Conference Center, Fredericton, NB 11th Workshop Proceedings (PDF 1.18 MB)

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12th Bay of Fundy Science Workshop ~ May 9-12, 2018

“A Changing Fundy Environment: Emerging Issues, Challenges and Priorities”, 9-12 May 2018, Agricultural Campus, Dalhousie University, Truro, NS. Proposed Major Topics: Climate change and the Gulf of Maine/Bay of Fundy, Tidal power development, Mass mortality events, The future of wild fisheries, Marine protected areas, Recovery of the Petitcodiac estuary, Conservation of migratory shorebirds, Plastics and …

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