Scott’s Addition Tree Canopy Campaign has been a success since the beginning of neighborhood engagement – and this weekend was no exception. Louise Seals reports that we had a great turnout this for tree planting. On this past, cold Saturday morning, 3 flowering Crabapples and 3 Princeton elms were planted, as part of our Community Roots tree give-aways. Lee Stewart (kneeling behind the tree, in the green ball cap, in the first photo), says that we have planted about 100 trees, in the last few years. Tree Stewards and Tree Planting in Scott's Addition

Many thanks to all who came out this weekend to help green Scott’s Addition! Special thanks to Steward JoLee Kenney (in safety vest, in the first photo) and Lee Stewart for all their work to make this happen. Shout out to Peter Girardi of True Timber (kneeling 3rd from left) for helping unload all the trees Friday morning, housing the elms overnight and then bringing them to the planting site Saturday morning. We are especially grateful to our community volunteers, and to Steward Trainees Sara Sanderlin and Judy Rurak (next to JoLess Kenney).



Tree Stewards in Scott's Addition January 2017



The “re-treeing” of this formerly industrial area is exciting. Engaged citizens can accomplish a lot – and Scott’s Addition is one engaged community.

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Scott's Addition Boulevard Association
Scott's Addition Boulevard Association
The mission of Scott’s Addition Boulevard Association (SABA) is to provide a forum for businesses, property owners and residents of the neighborhood and surrounding area to address community issues; protect the integrity of our neighborhood’s historic designation; preserve the neighborhood’s economy; and enhance the vitality of the community. We hope you’ll consider joining us. Primarily industrial in nature, our neighborhood is experiencing a tremendous renaissance and is widely considered the fastest growing neighborhood in the City of Richmond. Home to more than 1,000 new apartments that have already been carved out of historic warehouses and other buildings, as well as restaurants, breweries, coffee shops, and a number of attractions, the Scott’s Addition area and the Boulevard corridor is the place to be!