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One of T. Tyler Potterfield’s goals was to connect more visitors to the James River Park. And the bridge named in his honor is a fitting example of that.
We were very fortunate to hold our recent Board meeting INSIDE the Pumphouse, and take a look around.
With over 7 miles of river, annual visitation of 2 million people and growing, and over 600 acres, caring for the JRPS does not rest solely on the shoulders of the 5 full-time staff members. These are the unsung stewards.
As Parks, Recreation & Community Facilities Teen Workforce participants complete their fourth week of projects across the City of Richmond’s three park districts and trail divisions, the visible results of each team’s work become clearer.
Regional insect surveys are essential for our understanding of natural areas. An understanding of the insect fauna is key to conservation planning and natural resource management of the James River Park System.
The Pump House was once a popular spot of music and dancing, and can once again be a treasured spot for enjoying the James River.