Statement Regarding Redberry Lake Bible Camp

By Nathaniel Puffalt

The Redberry Lake Biosphere Region, an independent Non-Profit organization with UNESCO designation has no affiliation with the Redberry Lake Bible Camp which is owned and operated by the Saskatchewan Mennonite Brethren. We respect and celebrate the diverse forms of religion and spirituality across the region and the world. However, we do not condone the actions

Regional Tourism Community Consultation

By admin

The Redberry Lake Biosphere Region has some exciting new opportunities for Regional Tourism and Economic Development! Join us in Person or on Zoom! RSVP by emailing Zoom Link: “Experience the Biosphere” is a new program made possible with seed funding from Saskatchewan Tourism. An online portal is being developed that will allow tourists to

Government of Canada announces large investment to protect species at risk habitat in the greater Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve area!

By Allison

The Minister of Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, announced that the Government of Canada will invest $402,400 over three years to conserve and restore habitat for species at risk in the greater Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve area. Located in West-Central Saskatchewan on the traditional lands of the Métis, Mistawasis Nêhiyawak, and Muskeg

RLBR receives Tourism Saskatchewan Grant for a new “Experience the Biosphere” Initiative!

By Allison

The Redberry Lake Biosphere Region received funding from Tourism Saskatchewan’s Destination Experience Development Program to launch a brand new “Experience the biosphere!” Visitor Package.   We are calling all businesses, organizations and individuals who would like to get involved in this project to contact us at: This grant will help showcase the following: 1.Our

New attraction in the Biosphere Reserve: Redberry Lake Discovery Trail

By admin

The Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve, and its German partner Biosphere Reserve Rhoen cut the ribbon to a newly created Redberry Lake Discovery Trail- the first of its kind in Saskatchewan. Among the twenty invited guests joining the ceremony were representatives from Tourism Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, Saskatoon Wildlife Federation, land owners and volunteers that helped

AIS Working Group releases flyer

By Allison

With the beginning of the May long weekend the boating and mussel season starts. The AIS Working Group (Saskatchewan) is taking action by distributing the flyer “Stop Zebra & Quagga Mussels” through Cabela’s in Saskatoon and Regina, The Fishing Hole, Adventure Sports and various boat shops in Saskatoon.   AIS Flyer