On Saturday, March 4, Weed Wrangle will take on multiple projects at eight local parks and nature centers across Middle Tennessee. The efforts being made will include pulling weeds and keeping invasive plants at bay. Volunteers are highly encouraged to join in this fun-filled collaboration.
It is important to continue doing this work annually so that our native plant communities can keep controlling erosion, moderate floods, filter water, decrease water needed for landscaping, and sequester carbon to combat climate change.
Pick a location below and sign up to be a part of the fun! Interested in learning more? Click here!
Two Rivers Regional Park with GROW Enrichment
Antioch Park with Mill Creek Watershed Association
Native American Cultural Center of NAIA TN
Sevier Park with Lipscomb Sustainability & TN Women in Green
Friends of Mill Ridge Park Cleanup
Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary (currently filled, but you can join the waitlist here!)
Belle Forest Cave with TennGreen Land Conservancy