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Fundy Biosphere Reserve

The Fundy Biosphere Reserve (FBR) is an area of over 430,000 ha (1,062,553 acres) of the upper Bay of Fundy coast in New Brunswick, stretching from St. Martins to the Tantramar Marsh, near Sackville, and inland to Moncton. Designated as a World Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Culture Organization (UNESCO) in 2007, the Fundy Biosphere Reserve is a non-profit organization and receives no funding from UNESCO, or directly from any federal, provincial, or municipal government. The FBR is a community-based initiative comprised of individuals and representatives of various stakeholder groups, organizations and local communities working to promote the sustainable development and tourism in the region by enhancing the research and innovation capacity and by creating a forum for various groups to share information, knowledge and best practices. Discover the Amazing Places of the Fundy Biosphere Reserve during a guided tour or go off the beaten path to explore.

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