Nominations are once again open to find the most “Amazing Places” in three UNESCO biosphere reserve regions of Ontario – Long Point on Lake Erie, eastern Georgian Bay, and the Frontenac Arch, including the Thousand Islands area. The Amazing Places project is a sustainable tourism initiative that highlights must-visit destinations that are rich in natural or cultural history, have breathtaking scenery, and are often home to extraordinary wildlife.
Andrea Kilian, Sustainable Tourism Project Manager for the Long Point World Biosphere Reserve, says: “The program appeals to members of the public to nominate their most favourite places within the UNESCO biosphere reserves. Last year, the pilot project brought in over 175 nominations, with 30 sites finally selected: ten sites in each biosphere reserve.”
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