To the Reader: Nature’s Embrace 

Thanks to more than 6,000 Richmonders and their guests who struck out for the sunny weather of Style Weekly's RVA Earth Day Festival on Saturday.

We couldn't have done it without the hundreds of environmentally savvy vendors, volunteers, food trucks, Virginia breweries, musicians, bikers, artists, hula-hoopers, yoga enthusiasts, outdoor gear-swappers and others who made the day special.

Thanks also to our sponsors and partners: Fountainhead Properties, The Locks, Taste the Local and Brown Distributing, Sonoco Recycling, Eco Supply Co., Backyard Farmers, Science Matters of the Community Idea Stations, GrowRVA and FeedRVA and Art Works and The Shop.

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