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Our friends at Friends of Pump House put together this fantastic video that shows off the Pump House and teaches you about its history.
We’re excited to announce that Joshua Stutz has accepted our offer to become the first Executive Director of the Friends of the James River Park!
You’ll oversee the 18 parks that make up the James River Park System, lead a fantastic team, interact with over 2.1 million annual visitors, and have the coolest office in Richmond.
Meet this month’s ParkStar, Mary Kay Martin, the President of Friends of James River Park. A kayaker and native of Richmond, Mary Kay has RVA in her DNA.
Many of the invasive plant species occurring in the park established themselves decades ago and others are rapidly catching up. In the case of newcomers, we have the chance to intervene—so long as we recognize the threat.
The James River Park System is seeking a part time Invasive Species Coordinator to lead volunteers in Native Habitat Restoration.