Chippewa Creek EcoPath is a community initiative to restore and enhance the natural values and heritage of Chippewa Creek through stewardship and education.
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Welcome to the Chippewa Creek EcoPath!

Travel the 3.2 km EcoPath along Chippewa Creek North Bay between Lake Nipissing and Thomson Park and you’ll discover its rich history and ecological value through the educational signs along the way.

Over the years erosion, flooding, development and pollution took its toll on Chippewa Creek. Community partners are rallying to restore this waterway. Riparian plantings, realignment designs to prevent flooding and restore natural habitat, education initiatives, and stewardship projects are reviving this biodiverse treasure in North Bay. Once a gathering place for the N’bisiing First Nations peoples, the creek is once again a place where the community gathers to celebrate nature, honour community and preserve the value of the creek for generations to come.
Thank you for supporting Chippewa Creek EcoPath!

RBC Blue Water Project
2012 Founding Funder

2013-2019 EcoPath Supporter

Project Partners

North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority Discovery Routes North Bay Heritage Gardeners North Bay Indian Friendship Centre RBC Blue Water Project  North Bay Kinsmen Club Conservation Ontario City of North Bay
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