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Our Commitment to Legacy in 2021

Across the nation, the start of a new year sparks a period of reflection. We reflect upon achievements of the previous year, set goals for the new year, and establish…


AmeriCorps Team Brings Passion & Commitment to Enrichmond Foundation

Last month, we announced the arrival of the new AmeriCorps team, named the “River One” Team, who joined The Enrichmond Foundation on November 18th, 2020. We couldn’t be more thrilled…


The Impact of Volunteering

Volunteers are the lifeblood of our organization.  Since 1990, the Enrichmond Foundation has committed to preserving our great region, protecting the outdoors, and most importantly, building a solid community that…


Tools to Fight Climate Change: Conservation Easements and Carbon Credits

The Enrichmond Foundation utilizes a couple of unique environmental protection tools to protect public land, tree canopy, and to fund our conservation projects. Conservation easements and carbon credits allow us…


Virtual Public Hearing on the Discovery of Human Remains at East End Cemetery

Please join the Department of Historic Resources and the Enrichmond Foundation on October 23, 2020 for a public hearing to discuss the discovery of human remains at East End Cemetery.


Welcome, New Partners: Innovate Fulton, Jefferson Ave Community Garden, and 18 Kings Theatre Group!

We are pleased to welcome three of our newest Partner groups to the Enrichmond Foundation, Innovate Fulton, Jefferson Ave Community Garden, and 18 Kings Theatre Group.

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Enrichmond and Virginia Outdoors Foundation Awarded 2020 Governor’s Environmental Excellence Award

We are proud to announce the 2020 Governor’s Environmental Excellence Award in Land Conservation-Silver was awarded today to Enrichmond and Virginia Outdoors Foundation. This award recognizes our partnership in a community-based approach to preserving cultural and natural assets of one of the nations largest and most significant African-American cemeteries and sacred places- Historic Evergreen and East End Cemeteries.


Public Notice: Comments Open on Relocation of Remains Found Near Evergreen and East End Cemetery

Please review and download the public notice to learn how to comment on the reinterment of human remains found near Evergreen and East End Cemetery on July 20, 2020.


Bellemeade Park – An Outdoor Learning Campus

Volunteer Diane Moxley reports on the rain garden installation project as well as other happenings at Bellemeade Park in Richmond, VA.


Build a Pollinator Garden and the Bees & Butterflies Will Come

The Friends of Chimborazo Playground, located in the Church Hill neighborhood of Richmond, VA are working with the City’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities to build a pollinator garden at the playground.


NAEVA Geophysics to Conduct GPR Scanning at Historic Cemeteries

Enrichmond staff contacted NAEVA Geophysics to conduct GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) scanning at East End, Evergreen, and Paupers Cemeteries using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) technology. GPR is a nondestructive method of imaging the subsurface of the ground using radar pulses. Our partnership with NAEVA marks the beginning of a scientific investigation of the subsurfaces of areas in the cemeteries not previously tested or probed.


Resilience in Action: Friends of Battery Park

In 2009, tragedy gave birth to new growth. The park’s Grand Reopening celebration in June came out of a collaboration between Parks and Rec, Battery Park Civic Association and Friends of Battery Park, the group explains. The signs of new growth are still visible — seven trees planted in 2009 decorate the Battery Park landscape even today.

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