Invasive Plant Class: Identification and Removal Techniques

Want to learn how to ID and remove the most common invasive, non-native plant species in Richmond?
Our city parks could use your help! Sunday, June 7, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Porcelain Berry

Our Purple Martin Landlord Featured

Adolph White, who established the Purple Martin colony in Bryan Park and cares for it daily, has been featured in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Bryan Park's Purple Martins

Our Mission

Please help us support our mission! You can use the donation button or mail us at Friends of Bryan Park, P.O. 15481, Richmond, VA 23227.

Dam at high water by Mark Martin

Nature Center Classes!

Lots of new classes have been added. Learn about Edible Plants, Underwater Creatures, Wildflowers, Astronomy, Honeybees and many more topics!

Jewelweed

Be Alert to Vandalism in Bryan Park

As of December there have been MORE incidents of vandalism in the park. If you see anything suspicious please call Richmond City Police or Crime Stoppers.

Elderberry blooming beside Lower Young's Pond in Bryan Park

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