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We’ve remained busy during our quarantine, and one of our ongoing projects has been the improvement of Huguenot Flatwater. We’ve been working tirelessly to clear some of the invasive plant species that were choking out native plants. We sometimes even employed goats!
For many of us, Memorial Day means a three-day weekend, but our embrace of outdoor Summer fun is going to need to take on a different flavor.
There are many ways to “be smart” while you’re enjoying the Park. Bear in mind, our goal is to keep this asset open and available.
Earth Day this year is on April 22nd, and things are certainly different. There will be no celebration of 20 million people.You can still, however, celebrate!
Wearing green safety vests, a new team of 20 Parks & Rec men and women formed a public health and safety task force to ensure that Richmond’s James River Park remains a safe place for families and residents of all ages.
They say that when you visit a park, you should leave nothing but footprints and take nothing but memories. It may be a vision, a donation, or time spent volunteering – but what will you do to create your memory in the James River Park?