- Activities of the BSC
- Organization of the BSC
- General strengths of the BSC
- History of the BSC
- Biological Survey Foundation
Organization of the BSC
The BSC is a federally incorporated not-for-profit organization managed by a board of directors. BSC promotes projects and activities that are carried out by the membership in collaboration with the greater scientific community, federal and provincial government departments and museums, academic institutions, and concerned citizens.
Membership in the BSC is free and open to those who are interested in Canada's biodiversity, particularly with respect to the arthropods. All are welcome to join, and membership includes receipt of the newsletter twice per year, and voting rights at the annual AGM. All members are encouraged to become actively involved in BSC projects, or to run for the positions on the Board of Directors.
To join the BSC, send an email to BiologicalSurvey@gmail.com. Please include your mailing address and your biodiversity interests.
Annual general membership meetings are held once per year by conference call. The Board of the BSC meet bi-monthly to discuss BSC matters.
Page updated on May 19, 2020