On a cold, rainy Richmond day in February, dozens of Alliance volunteers rallied together for a planting day! Volunteers planted over 50 native trees in a riparian area along Reedy Creek in Richmond, VA. Partners involved in making the event a success were Reedy Creek Coalition, Richmond VA Parks and Rec, and Richmond Tree Stewards.
On Friday, January 16, 2015, Program Coordinator, Amy Robins and intern, Emily Clary, spent a day at Byrd Elementary School in Goochland, Virginia to discuss the Chesapeake Bay watershed and the importance of keeping the watershed healthy. Amy Robins presents to Byrd Elementary School class on the value of the Chesapeake watershed.
On November 8, the 2014 VCWQ Annual Summit brought together 60 attendees to focus on successful programs and projects to help clean Virginia’s waterways. One highlight of the summit was a presentation on a new approach to denitrification by two Freeman High School students, Colin Fenster and Jack Lohmann. Their novel multi-stage denitrification
Dear Chesapeake Business Forum Participants, Thank you for attending the first Chesapeake Business Forum and contributing your valuable insights and desires for future partnerships. We have been working to synthesize the input received and plan the next steps in the process of redefining and energizing an alliance of businesses to
Dear Chesapeake Business Forum Participants, Thank you for attending the first Chesapeake Business Forum. Our goal was to hold an event that was informative and practical; providing opportunities for businesses to share information and discuss needs and opportunities that would help us work together. Your attendance, participation, and thoughtful input made
On September 14, Alliance’s Richmond office participated in the 14th Annual James River Regional Cleanup in the Bellemeade Community in Richmond’s southside. A wonderful group of 48 volunteers removed 68 bags of trash along with multiple bike frames, tires, and even grass hula skirts from the creek and the neighborhood. In total more