Alphabetical Listing of Program Titles

Ideal Place to Live, The: A History of Sandston

(Running time: 22 minutes)

The small community of Sandston, nestled in Henrico’s east end, is as unique as the people and the memories that keep it alive and thriving. Escaping from the busy city and into the suburbs, people seeking a quiet and desirable life are at the heart of Sandston’s beginnings. Three wars surround this community’s history and helped shape the Sandston we know today. Join HCTV as we uncover the stories, the people and the way of life in “The Ideal Place to Live: A History of Sandston.”


In the Hot Zone: Henrico’s Hazardous Incident Team

(Running time: 24 minutes)

Henrico’s Hazardous Incident Team is ready to respond to any chemical, fuel or biological release that threatens the health and safety of Central Virginia residents. The highly-skilled firefighters at Henrico’s Station 21 rely on their training and experience to respond to any HAZMAT situation. Join HCTV as we learn more about this specialized unit and its unprecedented reputation throughout our region.


In the Public Trust: Historic Preservation in Henrico County

(Running time: 23 minutes)

Henrico’s historic preservation efforts include caring for more than 45,000 artifacts and documents, maintaining six museums and more than 30 historic buildings. The Division of Recreation and Parks’ Historic Preservation and Museum Services is the county’s version of the Smithsonian Institute, and the professional staff is dedicated to keeping Henrico’s rich history safe and in tact for future generations to enjoy. Join HCTV as we look at the meticulous work our team of historians, archivists and curators perform every day to bring our history to life.


Inside Henrico: Fall 2009 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 18 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Address Change Update: Are We Getting Extra Money?
  • Police’s CASE (Crime Analysis & Strategic Evaluation) Room
  • Rotten Eggs: The Smell of Natural Gas
  • Building Inspection’s Fats, Oils & Grease Inspection Program
  • 2010 Census


Inside Henrico: Fall 2010 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 17 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Medical Reserve Corps
  • Animal Protection Police Officers
  • Get Ready for 2011
  • Leaf Collection Service
  • Thanksgiving Traditions


Inside Henrico: Fall 2011 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 20 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Storm Ready Community
  • Operational Medical Director (Fire)
  • Dorey Dog Park Opening
  • Virginia Randolph Museum
  • 2011 Fall Update


Inside Henrico: Fall 2012 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 18 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Flu Season
  • New Police Logo/Vehicles
  • Ignition Interlock Law
  • Fire Station 3
  • Meadow Farm Mules

Inside Henrico: Fall 2013 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 18 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Leaf Collection Schedule Changes
  • Rabid Animal Precautions
  • Fire Division Winter Preparation
  • The Gardner House
  • Meadow Farm’s 300th Anniversary


Inside Henrico: Spring 2009 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 17 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Streaming Board Meetings
  • SWAM Business Fair
  • Police 75th Anniversary
  • Pet Oxygen Masks
  • RIR Economic Impact


Inside Henrico: Spring 2010 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 18 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Spring Allergies
  • A Surprising Alternative Fuel
  • Noise Ordinance
  • Water Tower Paint Job
  • Green Buildings/LEED Certification


Inside Henrico: Spring 2011 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 20 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • 2011 Updates
  • Cost Saving Measures
  • LED Traffic Lights
  • Glen Allen Star
  • Public Utilities Sewer Cam
  • Police Change of Command


Inside Henrico: Spring 2012 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 20 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Flashing Yellow Arrow
  • John Rolfe Parkway Opening
  • Time for Lawn and Garden
  • Dabbs House Civil Defense
  • 23rd Annual 5K Run at Innsbrook


Inside Henrico: Spring 2013  [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 22 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Meals Tax
  • Hypothermic Protocol
  • CodeRED
  • J.E.B. Stuart Trail
  • Spring Landfill Use

Inside Henrico: Spring 2014 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 18 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Meals Tax Implementation June 1
  • Springfield Road Landfill Changes
  • CVWMA/Recycling
  • New Texting While Driving Laws
  • 911 Communications Officer Academy


Inside Henrico: Summer 2009 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 21 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • How to Make a Rain Barrel
  • Asian Tiger Mosquitoes
  • Big Trees
  • Child Car Safety Seats
  • Belmont Golf Course


Inside Henrico: Summer 2010 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 20 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Homeowner’s Enhancement Guide
  • Crisis Intervention Team
  • Innsbrook Area Study
  • Drowning Dangers for Toddlers
  • Economic Impact of Youth Sports Tournaments


Inside Henrico: Summer 2011 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 19 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Virginia’s Best School Bus Technician 2011 Winner
  • Eastern Henrico Recreation Center
  • Poison Ivy
  • High School Gym Lighting Upgrades
  • Henrico County 400th Anniversary Event Update


Inside Henrico: Summer 2012 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 19 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Public Utilities Water Line Flushing Program
  • S.A.L.T. (Seniors & Law Enforcement Together)
  • The Police Marine Unit
  • Laurel Skateboard Park
  • Bark in the Park on Sept 29


Inside Henrico: Summer 2013 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 19 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Meals Tax Vote
  • Sports Tourism Update
  • Fire Engines to EMS Calls
  • Intelligence Led Policing
  • Reporting Fraud/Internal Audit

Inside Henrico: Summer 2014

(Running time: 19 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Civil War Reenactment
  • Fire Teen Academy
  • Police TEMPO Computer System
  • Advanced Traffic Management System
  • Residential Reinvest Program


Inside Henrico: Winter 2010 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 18 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Reinvest: Residential Investment Tax Abatement Program
  • Curbside Recycling
  • Short Pump Town Center CDA
  • Crossing Guards
  • Winter Workouts


Inside Henrico: Winter 2011 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 17 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Snow Removal
  • Henrico’s GIS
  • Cobbs Creek Reservoir
  • Henrico Advantage Card
  • Henrico County Seal & 400th Anniversary Logo


Inside Henrico: Winter 2012 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 18 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Robert E. Lee Letter at Dabbs House
  • Quick Response Codes
  • CVWMA New Recycling Campaign
  • Tool Shed Larceny
  • Fire Extinguishers


Inside Henrico: Winter 2013 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 19 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • County Manager Transition
  • Mobile Library Service
  • Bicycle Safety
  • Gayton Road Opening
  • Real Estate Update


Inside Henrico: Winter 2014 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 16 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • New Police Substation at Virginia Center
  • America’s Four Star Libraries
  • Veterans’ Center
  • Fire Dispatching Tiers
  • Project Lifesaver


Inside Innsbrook: Where the West End Started

(Running time: 24 minutes)

The development of Innsbrook Business Park in the early 80s was instrumental in shaping the west end of Henrico County. With more than 850 acres of office space, residential properties and retail, Innsbrook is still a crown jewel in Henrico’s economic assets. With three lakes covering 34 acres, magnificent landscaping and pedestrian-friendly environment, it’s hard to imagine it’s humble beginnings that stemmed from one man with one big idea.


Inside the Firehouse [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 25 minutes)

An all-access pass to Henrico’s Division of Fire. Find out what it takes to become a firefighter, and experience a day in the life.


Iron Horse, The: Stories of Central Virginia Railroading

(Running time: 32 minutes)

What is it about the railroad? The music, the movies, the model train sets, the allure of riding the rails . . . people just love trains! HCTV explores the mystique of the railroad, the nostalgia for the steam era and the heyday of passenger rail service. Climb aboard as we introduce you to railroad historians and enthusiasts who are preserving our railroad heritage, and visit a modern day short line railroad that pulls freight through Henrico County.


J.E.B. Stuart: Bold Cavalier

(Running time: 35 minutes)

To southerners, James Ewell Brown Stuart is best known as the “Bold Cavalier” of the Confederate Cavalry during the American Civil War, and as Robert E. Lee’s go-to intelligence man. Join HCTV as we follow J.E.B. Stuart’s journey from his boyhood in Ararat, Virginia; his cadet years at West Point; his encounter with abolitionist John Brown at Harpers Ferry; and finally, to his mortal wounding at the Battle of Yellow Tavern in Henrico County.


John Marshall: In the Opinion of the Court

(Running time: 29 minutes)

Chief Justice John Marshall helped shape the future of our nation. From his humble beginnings on the Virginia frontier, Marshall served his country in the American Revolutionary War, became a prominent and respected politician, and served for 34 years as Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. His wisdom, patriotism, and judicial expertise set an example of justice for the world to follow. Learn how Marshall’s leadership cemented the role of the Supreme Court as the Law of the Land in this Central Virginia Biography, John Marshall: In the Opinion of the Court.


John Randolph Tucker: A Heritage of Law

(Running time: 17 minutes)

The Tucker name has a legacy of great lawyers and law educators in Virginia dating back to our country’s beginning. John Randolph Tucker continued the family heritage and became a highly respected law practitioner and educator just as his ancestors before him. But it was because of his firm belief in civic betterment that he fought for Henrico County to have its own professional government that gave Tucker a legacy all his own.


Joining Forces: The Henrico Citizens Police Academy [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 18 minutes)

Have you ever wanted to see what goes on during a hostage negotiation, or wondered what a police car costs? What’s the S.W.A.T. team, and what kind of equipment do they have available? HCTV follows average citizens like yourself through the Citizen’s Police Academy to show you how you can be a resource for your community.


Keep Henrico Beautiful [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 13 minutes)

For more than 25 years, the Keep Henrico Beautiful committee has been working to create a litter free environment in our county. Learn about the many ways you can get involved and have some fun, too!


Keeping it Green: Quality Development in Henrico County

(Running time: 15 minutes)

Green spaces and landscaping are critical to quality development in Henrico County. HCTV’s “Keeping It Green” explores how tree preservation, new plantings, parks and open spaces add to the quality of life in Henrico.


Keeping the County Rolling: Central Automotive Maintenance [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 18 minutes)

From compact cars to heavy equipment, Central Automotive Maintenance keeps them rolling. Hear stories about the mechanics and the challenges they face in maintaining and fixing everything from school buses to police motorcycles.


Larger than Life: Captain John Cussons (1838-1912)

(Running time: 23 minutes)

With a life that spanned from his native England to the American frontier and ultimately Henrico County, John Cussons left us with a colorful image of his spirited adventures and brash personality. But what do we really know about him? Is it possible to separate the truth from the fiction? The man from the legend? Join HCTV as we learn about the fearless pioneer in Larger than Life: Captain John Cussons (1838-1912).


Leading the Way: Henrico County Traffic Control [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 21 minutes)

With more than 50,000 street signs and nearly 150 traffic signals to maintain, our Traffic Engineering division is always on the move. Ride along with HCTV and meet the people who make the signs, keep the signals working and paint the pavement to ensure our roads are safe for everyone.

Learning the Henrico Way: Inside the County’s Internship Program

(Running time: 18 minutes)

The lessons learned by students in the classroom are important building blocks for a career after graduation, but experience gained after the school bell rings is irreplaceable. Whether in high school or college, internships prepare students for the workforce in ways a textbook can’t. Join HCTV as we explore Henrico’s internship program and see how our future leaders are learning the Henrico Way.


Learning to Hear

(Running time: 15 minutes)

A little more than a decade ago, children who were born deaf were destined to live in a world of silence. Today, thanks to advanced technology, early infant screenings and Henrico’s therapeutic programs, children with hearing disabilities can integrate into school and society as normally functioning, listening and speaking children. Join HCTV as we talk to the parents and professionals whose diligent work helps children born with hearing loss interpret the world of sound that surrounds them.


Legacy of Dabbs House, The

(Running time: 23 minutes)

Built in the early 1800’s, Dabbs House has been revered as an important landmark in Henrico County. From farmhouse to Robert E. Lee’s headquarters, it’s survived the Civil War and social changes to become a permanent historical fixture. Join HCTV as we examine The Legacy of Dabbs House.


Lewis Ginter: A Quiet Contribution
Central Virginia Biography

(Running time: 31 minutes)

Lewis Ginter is probably best known in our area for the botanical garden bearing his name. Located in Henrico County, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is but one of the many contributions Ginter made to the Metro Richmond area with the help of his niece, Grace Arents. Although Metro Richmond was a home Ginter adopted, he profoundly changed the landscape and quality of life through his fascinating and diverse business ventures.


Living Among Us: A Closer Look at the Bugs to Beware

(Running time: 25 minutes)

There are likely more arthropods in your backyard than there are people in the entire Commonwealth of Virginia — many more, in fact! Fortunately, there are only a handful of insects, arachnids, and crustaceans that may be harmful to humans. Join HCTV for a revealing journey into the weird, wonderful, and sometimes dangerous world of bugs.


Living with Autism [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 28 minutes)

The origin of Autism is a mystery waiting to be solved, and a cure may be decades away. HCTV joins the families of Philip, Troy, and Fielding as we learn about living with this communications disorder. We’ll also discuss medical advancement and therapeutic treatments with today’s educators and doctors.


Living with Dignity: Henrico Adult Protective Services

(Running time: 23 minutes)

The Henrico Social Services Department has many resources that can help adults who may be the victims of abuse, neglect or exploitation. Adult Protective Services are provided to elderly, infirmed and disabled adults. Join HCTV as we highlight the needs of our seniors in this exploration of Adult Protective Services.


Losing Weight, Gaining Life: The Obesity Epidemic [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 19 minutes)

Americans have always had an appetite for big things: Big cars, big houses, big business, big stars, big dreams. Lately — with Big Gulps, biggie fries and big buffets– the culture of big has moved onto our menu. And that’s big trouble. Obesity can result in a higher risk of heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes. Join HCTV as we hear the stories of several people who are fighting obesity, and get some advice from the county’s health director.


Lost Choices: Teen Drug & Alcohol Abuse [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 29 minutes)

How does drug use affect choices in the life of a teenager? How are parents affected? In this program HCTV explores how options in life are often lost for teens and parents due to drug use, and how Henrico County can help.


Magazine 17, Best of: Winter 2009 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 24 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • New Animal Shelter
  • Fire Escape Plan
  • Motorcycle Police
  • Flood Marker of 1771
  • Diabetes Control


Magazine 17: Winter 2008 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 24 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • Zip Code Campaign
  • Chocolate
  • Colonial Dancing
  • Celtic Festival
  • Pet Adoptions


Magazine 17: Spring 2008 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 22 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • Digital and High Definition Television
  • Police Internal Affairs
  • The Juggling Guy
  • SkyWarn Weather
  • Horses in Service


Magazine 17: Summer 2008 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 18 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • Drowning Prevention
  • Keeping Ditches and  Drop Inlets Free of Debris
  • Rules of the Road
  • New Animal Shelter
  • Prickly Pear Cactus


Magazine 17: Fall 2008 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 16 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • Snow Removal
  • Retirement Planning
  • Automated Meter Reading
  • Gas and Energy Cost
  • Digital and High Definition Television


Magazine 17: Winter 2007 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 24 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • Earned Income Tax Credit
  • Henrico’s HAZMAT
  • Pottery Classes at the Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen
  • RIR Expansion
  • Richmond International Airport Expansion


Magazine 17: Spring 2007 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 23 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • 18th Annual 5K Run
  • The Henrico Open Golf Tournament
  • Springtime Allergies (repeat)
  • Disposal of Oil and Household Chemicals
  • Bluegrass Coffeehouse at Walkerton


Magazine 17: Summer 2007 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 22 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • Road Construction
  • Voyage of the Godspeed
  • Fire Escape Plan
  • Cochlear Implants
  • Emergency Notification System


Magazine 17, Best of: Fall 2007 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 31 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • The Loneliest Road
  • Motorcycle Police
  • Preventing Auto Theft
  • Community Maintenance
  • Randolph Cemetery


Magazine 17: Winter 2006 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 24minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • Randolph Cemetery
  • Earned Income Tax Credit
  • New Medicare Prescription Drug Plan
  • Updates on Tuckahoe and Twin Hickory libraries
  • Bucky Beaver


Magazine 17, Best of: Spring 2006 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 24 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • Springtime Allergies
  • Belmont Golf Course
  • Residential Security
  • Police Forensics Unit
  • Recycling


Magazine 17: The Only Show That’s All Henrico – Summer 2006 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 21 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • Bike Police
  • Community Maintenance
  • Heavy Equipment Operators
  • Flood Marker of 1771


Magazine 17: The Only Show That’s All Henrico – Fall 2006 [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 29 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • Motorcycle Police
  • Auto Theft
  • Library Bookmobile
  • Hermitage Tech Center/EMT program
  • Diabetes Control


Magazine, 37: The Only Show That’s All Henrico [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 23 minutes)

This premiere edition of 37 Magazine features several county events and issues including:

  • Residential security
  • Springtime allergies
  • Belmont Golf Course
  • NIMS training
  • Heavy equipment operators in Henrico

Magazine 17: The Only Show That’s All Henrico [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 27 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • New touch-screen voting machines
  • Recycling
  • Police forensics unit
  • Drainage in Henrico
  • Succession Management Program


Magazine 17: Fall 2005 Edition [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 28 minutes)

This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:

  • Henrico Aid to Katrina Victims
  • Community Maintenance Program
  • Preventing Auto Larceny
  • Preventing Identity Theft
  • Project Lifesaver


Make It Happen: What It Takes to Become a Henrico County Firefighter

(Running time: 52 minutes)

Henrico’s firefighters specialize in bringing chaos under control in emergencysituations — that’s what they’re trained to do. Be it fire, emergency medical service, hazardous materials spills or retrieving the cat from the tree, Henrico firefighters respond in the fast, efficient and cool-headed manner that we have come to expect. But becoming a firefighter is not for the faint of heart, or mind. Henrico’s Fire Training Section chooses only a select few applicants who must then endure a grueling 23 weeks of intense training. HCTV embedded with Recruit Academy 61 for the entire process capturing all of the intensity, drama, and danger — taking you where few have been.


Mills E. Godwin: Virginia’s Statesman

(Running time: 30 minutes)

Mills Edwin Godwin, Jr., known as Virginia’s Education Governor, was born November 19, 1914 in Nansemond County, Virginia (now the City of Suffolk). During his two terms as governor, Godwin championed the community college system in Virginia, was a key player in the Civil Rights Movement, and implemented the sales tax in the Commonwealth. Godwin remains the only governor in the country who was elected and served his first term as a democrat, and his second as a republican. Join HCTV as we learn more about Godwin through the stories of people who knew him best.


Missing Pieces: Henrico Police Forensics Unit

(Running time: 26 minutes)

The lives of the Henrico Forensics Unit team are far from the glamour of Hollywood. These investigators live in the reality of forensic science and they’ll do whatever it takes to solve the mysteries criminals leave behind. From 30-year-old murders to today’s criminal activities, HCTV takes you on a journey inside the minds of the investigators who spend their lives searching for the Missing Pieces.


Monticello: Thomas Jefferson’s Dream
Manmade Wonder of Virginia

(Running time: 25 minutes)

Thomas Jefferson’s dream was to build a home in the mountains of Virginia. Throughout the years, his many experiences gave him a wealth of knowledge to make this dream come true. Monticello not only reflects Jefferson’s many interests, but also embodies the spirit of all the people who lived and worked to make this home one of the most famous man-made wonders of Virginia.


More Than Skin Deep: Our Most Common Skin Cancers

(Running time: 20 minutes)

Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers in the United States. Most skin cancers are caused by exposure to ultraviolet radiation from the sun. Just one blistering sunburn during childhood more than doubles the chances of developing melanoma, the most virulent of skin cancers, during adulthood. The survival rate is good if detected early and removed, but falls dramatically if the melanoma is ignored and continues to grow. Join HCTV as we talk with doctors and survivors of skin cancer, and learn ways to detect and prevent the disease.


Mosquito Control and the West Nile Virus [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 8 minutes)

Program about preventing WNV and standing water.


Central Virginia Biographies
Mother Maybelle and The Carter Sisters: The Henrico Years

(Running time: 29 minutes)

The lilting music of the Carter family sprang from the hills of Southwest Virginia, but it flowered in Henrico County. For about six years during the 1940s, Maybelle Carter and her young daughters – Helen, June and Anita – set roots in Central Virginia. In 1946, they saw their popularity explode when they landed a spot with Richmond’s biggest station – WRVA – and its premier stage for hillbilly fun. The family moved to Henrico in 1947, buying a two-story home on what used to be Mountain Road. Join HCTV as we talk to former friends, classmates and fans to learn about Mother Maybelle and the Carter Sisters during their Henrico years.


Moving the Message: Public Relations & Media Services [Retired from Broadcast]

(Running time: 21 minutes)

Media relations, press conferences, television productions, writing, design, photography, and more . . . the Public Relations & Media Services Department uses many avenues to communicate with Henrico residents. Watch as HCTV takes you inside . . . well, ourselves . . . to give you a true behind the scenes look at how we operate. Learn how a newspaper is produced from computer to press, how a television program evolves from concept to broadcast, and much more never before seen footage of the PR&MS staff in action.


Moving Water Nature’s Way: Stream Restorations in Henrico

(Running time: 23 minutes)

Across the country, suburban waterways are under pressure. Henrico County, with 400 miles of streams and 300,000 people, is no different. But new techniques learned from an old teacher — Mother Nature — are helping Henrico repair and restore its waterways naturally.