The Riverside Woodland Conservation Easement protects approximately 31.3 acres of forest land currently used for recreation and wildlife habitat. There is a wonderful variety of wildflowers, including the state threatened Prairie Trillium. Pileated Woodpeckers, wood ducks, orioles, and wood thrush are all known to nest on site. Evidence of turkeys, owls, and hawks have also been noted. Vernal pools are present on the property. Most notably there is a large area in the center of the property encompassing nearly 3.5 acres that has been identified as a forested wetland in the National Wetlands Inventory. Such areas provide important habitat for aquatic invertebrates, amphibians, reptiles, and aquatic vegetation.