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Gardening Tips from Vicky Campbell

Vicky Campbell, who works with the City of Richmond Department of Parks, Recreation, and Community Facilities, has compiled helpful handouts to guide you through your gardening this spring and summer.

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Support Public Spaces During COVID-19

The Enrichmond Foundation’s mission is to nurture placemaking by empowering the people, parks, and public spaces of Richmond. It enacts its mission by serving as a support organization for volunteer groups, managing placemaking projects, as well as by creating greener, healthier, and more activated public spaces. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of parks and…

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April Remote Volunteer Highlight: Katherine Gomez Nelson

We’re highlighting the stories of some of our volunteers for East End and Evergreen Cemeteries who are working remotely while COVID-19 limits on-site volunteer activities at the cemeteries. Our remote volunteers are doing work crucial to reclaiming information lost at the two cemeteries. Their roles include Biography Writer, Cemetery Research, and Record Transcription.

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Pruning Tips 1: Establishing a Leader

Greetings everyone!  TreeLab Manager, Aaron McFarland, here and it is an early spring this year for sure! For those of you who have smaller trees or shrubs in your yard, now is a great time to be pruning (most things, that is)! In this blog post, I’ll be showing you a pruning technique to use…

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Enrichmond Partners with Robins Foundation on $1 Million Family Crisis Fund

Enrichmond Foundation is working with the Robins Foundation, City of Richmond, Family Independence Initiative, Henrico and Chesterfield Counties to deliver $1,000,000 to families and individuals in immediate need of support due to job loss from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Robins Foundation and City of Richmond have launched a Family Crisis Fund, seeded with matching $500,000…

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TreeLab Launches Buy One, Plant One

Enrichmond’s TreeLab program has launched a new initiative to increase plant life in Richmond! For the “Buy One, Plant One” (BOPO) plants you purchase, TreeLab will donate corresponding trees, shrubs, and perennials to Enrichmond’s partners that regularly conduct plantings in green spaces. If we can’t find groups to take all of the plants, TreeLab will…

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COVID-19 Update from Enrichmond

UPDATE 3/27/2020: Our office is taking precautions against the spread of COVID-19. Our office staff is currently working from home and prioritizing taking meetings over the phone. We are monitoring State and local guidelines intently and hope to return to the office as soon as possible. We will continue to update this status. Thank you!…

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Hull Street Monthly Cleanup

Join Hull Street Action and RVA Clean Sweep for their monthly cleanup of Hull Street on Saturday, March 14.

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An Important Announcement Concerning Tricycle Urban Ag

We wanted to share an important announcement from one of our most successful partners — Tricycle Urban Ag. Enrichmond will be working with Tricycle staff and graduates to ensure a successful transition and preservation of their amazing programming and green space activation.

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