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CarMax associates volunteered in the Children’s Garden on June 5, 6, 13 and 17th. Here’s the June 6th team.   #RVA

CarMax associates volunteered in the Children’s Garden on June 5, 6, 13 and 17th. Here’s the June 6th team. #RVA

Joni Delph, a CarMax Cares volunteer, fills the Garden’s bird feeders each week!  Lucky birds! @CarMaxCares donates $100 for each 10 hours she works.

Joni Delph, a CarMax Cares volunteer, fills the Garden’s bird feeders each week! Lucky birds! @CarMaxCares donates $100 for each 10 hours she works.

Garden volunteer and Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Julie Abbott, right, with volunteer Sharon Francisco, left

Garden volunteer and Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Julie Abbott, right, with volunteer Sharon Francisco, left

Spiders in the Garden:Twenty-seven soggy but still cheerful University of Richmond Law students, after working in the Community Kitchen Garden.

Spiders in the Garden:Twenty-seven soggy but still cheerful University of Richmond Law students, after working in the Community Kitchen Garden.

These volunteers lend their green thumbs to community garden improvements. Great idea for #PTUntapped!

These volunteers lend their green thumbs to community garden improvements. Great idea for #PTUntapped!

Carmax volunteers helping weed the Garden.

Carmax volunteers helping weed the Garden.

Garden staff and volunteers await delivery of the floating wetland island. Pictured are Volunteers Sherry Giese & Ralph Ashton (right), Irrigation Tech John Niemczyk (center), Volunteer Buz Sawyer, and Gardener Patrick O’Hagan.  The floating wetland  will reduce pollution in the Upham Brook and Bay watersheds, provide food and habitat for wildlife, and do so in a natural, aesthetically beautiful, and cost-effective way.

Garden staff and volunteers await delivery of the floating wetland island. Pictured are Volunteers Sherry Giese & Ralph Ashton (right), Irrigation Tech John Niemczyk (center), Volunteer Buz Sawyer, and Gardener Patrick O’Hagan. The floating wetland will reduce pollution in the Upham Brook and Bay watersheds, provide food and habitat for wildlife, and do so in a natural, aesthetically beautiful, and cost-effective way.

"Butterflies LIVE! at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden offers the sights and sounds of summer all in one package. Where else can you see hundreds of real, live butterflies aflutter?" via @RichmondFamilyMag

"Butterflies LIVE! at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden offers the sights and sounds of summer all in one package. Where else can you see hundreds of real, live butterflies aflutter?" via @RichmondFamilyMag

Last Monday we had another great visit from Christa Vidonic and her Dominion Power co-workers in the Lewis Ginter Community Kitchen Garden.

Last Monday we had another great visit from Christa Vidonic and her Dominion Power co-workers in the Lewis Ginter Community Kitchen Garden.

With good humor unsuppressed after 3.5 hours of heavy gardening labor, 17 of the 22 Genworth volunteers display some of the results of their labor. The Genworth team was led by Jen Phillips (front row, second from right).

With good humor unsuppressed after 3.5 hours of heavy gardening labor, 17 of the 22 Genworth volunteers display some of the results of their labor. The Genworth team was led by Jen Phillips (front row, second from right).

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