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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.

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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.

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Innovate Fulton

Innovate Fulton is a grassroots non-profit organization dedicated to the revitalization of Greater Fulton’s Business District. Staffed full-time (pro bono) by an experienced urban revitalization professional and overseen by a diverse and neighborhood-based Board, Innovate Fulton has a far-reaching agenda. Our goal is a thriving, walkable, aesthetically pleasing, mixed-use commercial district that provides opportunities for…

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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.

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18 Kings Theatre Group

18 Kings Theatre Group is a local theatre with the primary goal of introducing and training young creatives between the ages of 13 and 18 in the many aspects of theatre. While most local theatre programs focus on the “on stage” (acting, performance) workings of theatre, we focus on the “behind the scenes” (directing, stage…

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Jefferson Ave Community Garden

Located in the Union Hill neighborhood,  the Jefferson Ave Community Garden has been bringing neighbors together since 2003 to grow food, flowers, and friendships.

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Juneteenth Clean Up at Evergreen and East End Cemeteries

Join the Enrichmond Foundation on Friday, June 19th from 9am-12pm for a clean up celebrating Juneteenth at Evergreen and East End Cemeteries.

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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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Welcome New VISTA Member, Allyson Flinn!

The Enrichmond Foundation would like to welcome Allyson Flinn, Enrichmond Grants Coordinator VISTA.

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June Remote Volunteer Highlight: Jiabi Chen

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.

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