September 18, 2014

Beautifying Our Backyard

Before 195 curved through the city, we were here. Before the Richmond Times-Dispatch printed a word or a single train pulled into Main Street Station, we were designing the RVA skyline. Since 1897, our roots have been firmly planted in the city of Richmond, and it’s important to play an active role in the community that has given so much to us. As part of that initiative, we partner with the James River Park System each year to pick up trash along the Pipeline Trail and keep it looking beautiful for visitors and residents alike.

It’s a mere hop, skip and a jump away from our office—extending from behind the Canal Walk at South 12th and Byrd streets to Brown’s Island—and we take pride in the opportunity to spruce up our own backyard.

This morning, a team of 20 Baskervillians gathered for the fourth annual cleanup along the trail. We filled four buckets and a dozen bags with metal, glass, and more than a little trash—and we’re proud of the effort!

Great work, team!

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