Quattro, a Catspaw Dinghy, at Rest on the Pond

Photo & Dinghy by Stevan Patterson

  • Buyers have taken ownership of Camp Marion White. Tree thinning has begun to prepare for construction of a single family home. Donation of beaver ponds parcel to Mass Audubon appears likely.
  • Interprint is constructing a new warehouse - Details sent on July 11 to subscribers.
  • Enhanced town beach is closed for the season but is accessible daily to walkers & joggers.
  • RPA seeks your input on the draft of its comprehensive lake management plan. View the plan.

Next Scheduled RPA Meeting:

October 25, 2016, 5:30 pm

Richmond Town Hall

Lakeside Christian Camp Chapel & Dam

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View from Camp Russell

Donate Here - Your donations help support such expenses as the inspection, maintenance and repairs to the dam, weed management expenses, and the hiring of boat ramp monitors to inspect all boats for invasive species, especially zebra mussels.  We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, so donations are fully tax-deductible.

If you wish, you may earmark your donation specifically for the dam maintenance fund.  While the dam that preserves​ Richmond Pond is located on the property of the Lakeside Christian Camp & Conference Center, all lake users benefit from its existence and maintenance.  The RPA has therefore created a special fund that augments what Lakeside expends to maintain the effectiveness and safety of the dam.

Please make donation checks payable to Richmond Pond Association and mail them to: Richmond Pond Association, PO Box 447, Lenox, MA 01240. 

​Or to use PayPal to make a contribution, click on the Donate icon below, and follow the instructions.

Our Mission - To preserve, protect, maintain and enhance the rural, environmental, recreational, esthetic and economic values of Richmond Pond.

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Our Objectives

  1. Promote public education about the mission of the association and the importance of preserving and protecting Richmond Pond, its watershed and the other wetland values associated with the pond.
  2. Work with the town, regional, state and federal governmental bodies and environmental and planning agencies and organizations to facilitate financial support for pond preservation and protection, including repairs to the dam and other infrastructure, and to improve environmental regulations pertaining to lake and watershed management.
  3. Serve as an active member of the Lakes and Ponds Association of Western Massachusetts and its affiliates and other appropriate agencies and organizations.
  4. Establish an information base relative to the management of Richmond Pond.
  5. Create a plan that will guide the Association’s efforts in meeting these objectives.