Richmond Hill Woods City Park

This blog is dedicated to preserving Asheville, NC's largest wooded green space, Richmond Hill Park, from becoming an athletic field complex and National Guard armory. If you want to Save this wooded park WRITE, CALL or email all City Council and Parks and Recreation TODAY. TEll them you oppose the ball fields in this unique, hilly and amazing wooded park. There are better places for ball fields than in the exceptional city park.

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

This old gnarled oak houses a wild bee's nest, benefiting the ecology of the park. This white oak is roughly 200 years old, but our city wants to cut it down to make way for a parking lot. Where is our city's environmental ethic and stewardship that it says it has?

Please help save these old and majestic oak trees in Asheville's largest forest, Richmond Hill Park. Posted by Picasa


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