County receives new conservation area - Chesterfield Observer | Public Spaces
A donation of land yields Chesterfield County Parks and Recreation its fourth conservation area. Like its predecessors, this new site protects valuable wetlands and riparian habitat.
The other three conservation areas include the Dutch Gap Conservation Area and the Brown & Williamson Conservation Area along the James River and the Radcliffe Conservation Area along the Appomattox River. The new site, which is still unnamed, will protect almost two miles of riverfront along the lower Swift Creek. Situated in the Bermuda District, the new park site is bordered on the west by Interstate 95 and on the north by Walthall Industrial Park. The Swift Creek delineates its southern and eastern borders.
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