Wesley Clover Parks has a vision to develop partnerships with the local farming and agricultural communities. At this time we grow and harvest over 100-acres of hay to feed the over 60 horses and one donkey that call Wesley Clover Parks home. This is part of our long-term commitment to sustainable farming.
We are constantly working on new and innovative plans to help Wesley Clover Parks keep pace as a thriving and evolving community hub with a focus on sustainable farming.
As a part of the celebrations for Canada 150, the country’s sesquicentennial, the City of Ottawa is organizing the Canada 150 Groves project. The project is meant to leave a lasting legacy by planting a grove of 150 native Canadian maple trees in each of the 23 city wards. Wesley Clover Parks, located in Councillor Mark Taylor’s Bay ward, is proud to be selected as the recipient for our ward. Planting for all groves will take place throughout 2017. This planting will be in addition to the 1000+ Canada 150 tulips, also known as the Maple Leaf tulip, which have been planted on-site!