The Elizabeth River Project is seeking qualified candidates for constructing living shorelines, riparian buffers, and infiltration practices. The deadline to apply is August 23, 2019.
You are here
Military and wood processor to reimburse EPA and VA almost $64 million in costs associated with remediating contaminated soils affecting the Elizabeth River. Read the Bay Journal Article HERE.
Listen in as radio host Devin Tucker interviews Executive Director Marjorie Mayfield Jackson for a half-hour segment on the Elizabeth River Project’s recent progress! Airs Sunday, July 21 on these stations and times: Z104 at 6:00am, 94.9 The Point at 6:30am, 95.7 R&B at 7:00am, 101.3 2WD at 7:30am. You can donate to make a difference here!
Thanks for a great RIVERFest! More than 3,000 turned out June 23 for the river event of the year, this year at Back Bay’s Farmhouse Brewing. Many thanks to sponsors, exhibitors, volunteers and guests!
Click HERE to see photos from the event!
Have “One for the River” and Learn All About the Elizabeth – Sunday, June 23rd 11am - 4 pm at Back Bay’s Farmhouse Brewing, Virginia Beach. For additional information visit:
Give where you live - support your home river! For just 24 hours on May 14th and a minimum $10 online donation, your Give Local 757 gift to the Elizabeth River Project can be amplified with matching funds and prizes for the non-profits you support.
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Click here to read more about the living shoreline restoration project currently underway in Virginia Beach.
Youth Resilience Expo – 10 am – 1 pm, Saturday, April 6, at Nauticus, 1 Waterside Drive, Norfolk
National Geographic photojournalist, Tom Clynes, will present the keynote address at 10 am. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required (email Mcarbonneau@elizabethriver.org).
Click here for the Virginian Pilot's article about the grand opening of the TowneBank River Playground at Paradise Creek Nature Park.
Special thanks to Romayne and Danny Byrum for creating this arch from driftwood as the entry to a new outdoor classroom underway at Paradise Creek Nature Park. Romayne is a member of Elizabeth River Garden Club, which landed a grant from the Garden Club of Virginia for the larger classroom project.
The Elizabeth River Project is seeking construction services to install a number of stormwater best management practices in ditches within the City of Norfolk. The projects help to improve local stormwater while also reducing flooding. Contractors with experience with stormwater projects are encouraged to bid. Bids are due by July 26, 2019 (noon) with a mandatory pre-bid meeting on July 9, 2019: 9:00 am – 10:30 am at Ingleside Baptist Church - 925 Ingleside Rd, Norfolk, VA.
Click HERE to download the RFP.
Click HERE to download Attachment I - Ingleside Design.
Click HERE to download Attachedment J - Princess Anne Road Design.
Keep the momemtum going for these "Top 5 River Wishes in 2019" with your special year-end gift.
Things are looking up for Indian River, a troubled section of the Elizabeth, after RIVERFest visited on Oct. 6! The community came out strong for our free festival encouraging “doing right by the river.” River Star Homes passed the 5,000 milestone!!!.
Oct. 8, 2018 – The Elizabeth’s Lafayette branch is now officially FIRST IN VIRGINIA to achieve science-based goals for full restoration of habitat for the native oyster.
Elizabeth River Project restored 12 oyster reefs over the last decade, thanks to you, members and partners. Chesapeake Bay Foundation seeded the reefs with 70 million young oysters and more than two dozen more organizations helped.
A community flotilla celebrated as they placed the final ceremonial oysters on Oct. 8! This is huge… Thank you!