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Since 2014 Anne Wright—along with students and volunteers—has been pulling English ivy vines from the forest floor along a section of the Buttermilk Trail west of the 42nd Street parking lot.
We have some pretty exciting news! We hope that you’ll join us in welcoming the new Superintendent of the James River Park System: Giles Garrison!
As we wrap up 2021, it is important to reflect on all that you helped us achieve this year. We could not have done any of it without your support, and for that, we are extremely grateful.
It’s an effort to keep the James River Park System beautiful. One of the most persistent tasks is picking up litter.
As with other invasive species, research shows that mature thickets of Amur honeysuckle change soil chemistry, favoring increased spread of invasive species. And that’s just the beginning.
You can own a piece of Park history. Trail Hut has a collection of used James River Park signs for sale!