Organization: City of Ottawa – Conservation Areas, Forests and Parks
Timeline for Completion: Ongoing – Seasonal
The Richmond Conservation Area is 56 hectares and borders the Jock River. The area is characterized by three large built ponds or lagoon cells, meadows planted with young conifers and small patches of regenerating forest. There are a number of pathways which weave through the forest areas and around the lagoons. The lagoons are known as a stopover point for migratory waterfowl and shorebirds. Portions of the pathway may be closed intermittently in 2015 and 2016 for work associated with the Richmond Forcemain Project.
•Distance: 2-4 km of pathways
•Location: Village of Richmond
Telephone: 613-580-2400 or 311
- Website: https://ottawa.ca/en/living-ottawa/environment-conservation-and-climate/conservation-areas#richmond-conservation-area
Project entered on: March 30, 2019 at 4:47 pm