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Richmond Tree Steward classes

Richmond Tree Steward classes will begin in January with a 10 week course that is packed with information and delivered by excellent speakers. applications are being accepted now the class is limited to 30 participants the application deadline is November 22 we are able to assist some applicants if cost is a barrier Get more…

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Tree Summit 2 on November 2nd

PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE SECOND RICHMOND TREE SUMMIT 9:30 AM TO NOON  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, BYRD PARK ROUND HOUSE   Please RSVP to Amy Robins  [email protected] no later than Thursday morning, October 31  

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The Walkable City- Lecture series FREE

OCTOBER 24TH: JEFF SPECK LECTURE ON HIS LATEST BOOK, “WALKABLE CITY: HOW DOWNTOWN CAN SAVE SAVE AMERICA ONE STEP AT A TIME”

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17th Street Farmers’ Market Community Input Meeting

To all our Enrichmond friends and supporters; The City of Richmond will be making significant changes in Shockoe Bottom over the coming years including transforming the 17th Street Farmers’ Market. The City of Richmond is requesting input from residents and businesses as to how the new public space will look and function. Two community workshops will be…

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Bikeable Richmond Online Survey

From Richmond Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Coordinator Jake Helmboldt: In July we officially kicked off the Bike Master Plan process as a follow-on to the City’s Strategic Multimodal Transportation Plan. The intent of the plan is to develop specific infrastructure improvements, identifying the streets and types of infrastructure needed along each corridor. We want this…

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Virginia Fishing Adventures

Enrichmond welcomes Virginia Fishing Adventures as a new Partner. Virginia Fishing Adventures (VFA) will  run fishing and mountain biking camps during the summer and outdoor afterschool programs during the school year. VFA intends to raise money through grants and fundraisers to provide outdoor opportunites for kids in the Richmond area.  They also intend to fund…

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Friends of McDonough Community Garden

Enrichmond welcomes the Friends of McDonough Community Garden as a new Partner. The Friends of McDonough Community Garden is developing the 3300 block of McDonough Street into a community garden. There are tons of benefits for this to the community including a beautiful edible landscape perfect for horticultural therapy, a community space for social gatherings…

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Friends of Allen Avenue Median

Enrichmond welcomes the Friends of Allen Avenue Median Park as a new Partner. The Friends of Allen Avenue Median will work to transform the median strip on North Allen Ave between Park Ave & Monument Ave. into a beautiful public park.  This heavily visited area of the City will be made into the urban spot it…

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Virginia Center for Latin American Art

Enrichmond welcomes the Virginia Center for Latin American Art as a new Partner. The Virginia Center for Latin American Art (VACLAA) was conceived in response to the growing numbers of Latin Americans now living in Virginia who are to often underrepresented in the cultural discussion of our state. We seek to ensure that at- risk…

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2011 Annual Report

The Enrichmond Foundation turned twenty in 2011. That signifies a major milestone for the Foundation, our founders, all of our past and present board members, staff, partners, and thousands of volunteers. During this time, it has been the Foundation’s honor to serve as the main umbrella non-profit organization for over sixty volunteer groups, civic organizations,…

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