WHAT’S GOING ON HERE?: Cave Springs Conservation Area

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Cave Springs is getting a major facelift in time for fall, with a new accessible trail, parking lot and interpretive signs.


• The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) launched a project to upgrade the Cave Springs Conservation Area between Vineland and Beamsville.

• A new accessible trail is being built, along with a new parking lot for 16 vehicles.

• There will also be interpretive signs displaying the natural and human history of the site, including information on the site’s natural, geological and cultural heritage and local and Indigenous histories.

• Low-impact development elements, including a rain garden and bio-retention area, will also be constructed.

• Work will also improve the link to the Bruce Trail on top of the escarpment.

• Construction is expected to finish in the fall, around September or October depending on how the project progresses.

Chris Pickles, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Grimsby Lincoln News

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