Posts Tagged ‘TreeLab’

TreeLab @ Pomona

Want the inside scoop on native plants and to perhaps even pick one up for your garden? Aaron McFarland, TreeLab Manager, will be at Pomona in Church Hill from 10 AM to 2 PM on Saturday, April 20. Stop by and say hello!  

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TreeLab on YouTube

TreeLab has launched its own YouTube channel! On the TreeLab channel you’ll find educational videos about plant-related topics, like seed processing, planting techniques, and greenhouse care. If you’re interested in learning more about how plants work, or want to try something new in your garden, click “Subscribe”!  The first video demonstrates how to process pawpaw…

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TreeLab Joins Pomona in Church Hill

TreeLab is thrilled to announce that its native trees and plants will be available in a retail space by the end of the summer! Gather Home and Garden in Church Hill – now rebranded as Pomona – is opening a larger storefront with an outdoor patio perfect for hosting larger plants, such as trees, shrubs,…

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Evergreen Cemetery Walking Tour & Work Day

We are proud to partner with The Valentine for a Tour & Work Day at Historic Evergreen Cemetery. The Valentine conducts exceptional tours of Richmond history and this is a special opportunity to discover Evergreen Cemetery’s history, people, and importance. Join Enrichmond for an optional volunteer clean up following the tour to help restore this…

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MLK Day of Service: Evergreen Cemetery

This volunteer event is now at capacity – thank you to everyone who signed up!! Evergreen Cemetery is a historic African-American cemetery, created in 1891 and located in Richmond’s East End. It is the resting place for many of Richmond’s African-American leaders of the 19th and 20th centuries, including Maggie L. Walker, John Mitchell, Jr.,…

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RichmondOutside Article Sheds Light on TreeLab

We are proud to partner with RichmondOutside.com to introduce TreeLab and its plans for the future. “At the heart of TreeLab is a desire to see more and better trees go into Richmond’s urban soil. Trees’ abilities to mitigate water, soil and airborne pollution, reduce stormwater runoff, absorb excess carbon, and lower surface and air…

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Evergreen Engagement Workshop

We are dedicated to making Evergreen Cemetery’s sacred grounds public and accessible to all. Help restore and reclaim Evergreen by sharing input that will chart the course of its future. Evergreen needs you. We hope you can attend and all are welcome. Activities: Participants will break out into groups to provide input in four areas…

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Give a Day RVA at Evergreen Cemetery – FULL

  **THIS EVENT IS FULL! THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE VOLUNTEERS WHO HAVE SIGNED UP!** Established in 1891, Evergreen Cemetery is the final resting place for several notable Richmond area African-Americans like Maggie Walker and John Mitchell Jr. The cemetery has been abandoned for years and is overgrown with brush and ivy and has…

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BrightView Evergreen Workday

From 8am-2pm on Friday, September 1st, Brightview Landscape Services will be onsite at Evergreen Cemetery conducting a large-scale clean up day with their crews. Brightview has graciously donated their services free of charge to Enrichmond and the cemetery. They will clear some of the major roadways through the cemetery to improve volunteer and family access…

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Little trees, big pots at TreeLab

TreeLab trees are growing and growth means a new home for the all-important root system under the dirt. This past week, Aaron and Jess worked to transplant pines, river birch, and sycamores into new fabric pots. Here you can see our shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata) in a 1/2 gallon container sitting next to the 3 gallon…

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