Latest Enrichmond News
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.
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.