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2018 Environmentally Significant Area Projects


The following is a list of projects in Environmentally Significant Areas.  Simply click on the plus sign to expand and find out more about the project.  An e-mail link is included to find out more information.

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  • Medway Valley Heritage Forest ESA

    The City of London is in the process of implementing the trail master plan for lands located north of Fanshawe Park Road (Medway Valley Heritage Forest ESA).  In 2018, the City will be completing the Conservation Master Plan for ESA lands located south of Fanshawe Park Road West.   For more information contact Linda McDougall.

  • Warbler Woods ESA

    A Trail Advisory Group walk will be held in 2018.  Invasive species management initiatives are being co-ordinated.  For more information please contact Linda McDougall

  • Killaly Meadows ESA

    Invasive species management and habitat protection initiatives are being co-ordinated. For more information please contact  Linda McDougall.

  • Sifton Bog ESA

    Invasive species management work will be co-ordinated in 2018.  For more information please contact James MacKay.

  • Westminster Ponds ESA

    The City is undertaking a complex extensive, ecological restoration project behind the Tourism Building.

    Many boardwalk improvements to meet AODA are being undertaken. For more information please contact Linda McDougall.

     

  • Meadowlily Woods ESA

    The City of London will be co-ordinating the Conservation Master Plan for Meadowlily Woods ESA in 2018.  Invasive species management initiatives are also being coordinated.  For more information please contact  James Mackay.
     

  • Kains Woods ESA

    Invasive species management initiatives are being co-ordinated.   For more information please contact  Linda McDougall.

  • City of London ESA 2018/2019 Proposed Capital Projects Presentation
  • 2017 ESA Capital Projects

    2017 ESA Capital Projects.  For more information please contact Linda McDougall.

  • The Coves ESA

    Invasive species management work will continue in 2018.  Briscoe Woods  woodchip trail will be implemented as per Conservation Master Plan and the local implementation committee.  For more information please contact Linda McDougall.

  • Lower Dingman ESA

    Invasive species management initiatives are being co-ordinated .  For more information please contact Linda McDougall.

  • Byron Valley ESA

    A Community Information Meeting will be held on March 8, 2018. A draft Conceptual Nature Trail Plan and examples of similar trails in the area has been prepared for the meeting. For more information please contact Linda McDougall.