Created By: The Watershed Project
Welcome to the North Richmond Urban Nature Loop! This is a collaborative effort, driven by The Watershed Project in partnership with community leaders, Green Collar Corps interns, and students from the University of California, Berkeley, as part of the Contra Costa County North Richmond Watershed Connection Project funded by the California Coastal Conservancy.
The goal of this effort is to provide information on the natural and community assets and tribal elements to residents and improve access to local natural and community resources. This route encourages residents to walk in the neighborhood, improve physical and mental health and connect with the environment - nature and people.
Along this walking route, you will find points of interest where you can learn more about our community's arts, music, activism, gardens, and environment.
Feel free to pick and choose which points of interest you would like to learn more about. Over time, new points and information will be added to the map, so we hope you will continue to revisit this tour again and again. You can also improve this route by adding notes and pictures.
*Note: you may need to click on some photos to view the whole image*
Most importantly, have fun exploring the route!
For additional resources and information on our points of interest, please email Naama Raz-Yaseef at: firstname.lastname@example.org