Naturalization at Mundy Pond

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The City of St. John’s Naturalization program received federal and provincial cost-shared funding to address climate change and its impacts in our community. The goal of a naturalization program is to restore, protect, and enhance areas, features, and ecosystems of the natural environment within the City. This program will create 11.4 hectares of additional natural zones within municipally owned land in the City of St. John's.

Naturalization means restoring areas to more natural conditions using trees that are native to the area; these invite additional shrubs and flowering plants to repopulate these areas. Natural areas in the era of climate change are our buffer, which will protect us from changes in climate and invasive species.

Be part of the conversation of naturalization at Mundy Pond by:

  • Participating in the Discussion Forum to share what is important for the City to consider in the process of naturalizing the proposed areas at Mundy Pond.
  • Using the Mapping Tool to interact with the outline of the naturalization plan and provide your feedback.

The City of St. John’s Naturalization program received federal and provincial cost-shared funding to address climate change and its impacts in our community. The goal of a naturalization program is to restore, protect, and enhance areas, features, and ecosystems of the natural environment within the City. This program will create 11.4 hectares of additional natural zones within municipally owned land in the City of St. John's.

Naturalization means restoring areas to more natural conditions using trees that are native to the area; these invite additional shrubs and flowering plants to repopulate these areas. Natural areas in the era of climate change are our buffer, which will protect us from changes in climate and invasive species.

Be part of the conversation of naturalization at Mundy Pond by:

  • Participating in the Discussion Forum to share what is important for the City to consider in the process of naturalizing the proposed areas at Mundy Pond.
  • Using the Mapping Tool to interact with the outline of the naturalization plan and provide your feedback.
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Naturalization Map

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In this map you can see the proposed area to be naturalized at Mundy Pond marked in green. 

Click and drag to move around on the map, and use + / - to zoom in and out.

Please add a pin with a comment in response to the question: "In the process of naturalizing these areas, what is important for the City to consider?"

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.
Page last updated: 12 August 2021, 11:24