Protect and preserve
one of Nashville's true gems.
The Richland Creek Watershed Alliance is a watershed-based, community-supported stream conservation group, public charity, focused on environmental sustainability of the Richland Creek watershed, and dedicated to providing action and leadership for long-term restoration and preservation of its ecosystem.
What is a watershed and why are they important? Find out what you need to know and why everyone should care about their local watershed.
We like to get our hands dirty with tree plantings and creek cleanups. If this sounds like something you'd like to help us with, please visit our volunteer page.
On May 5, 2015 we’re having our second Stream-A-Thon in participation with the Big Payback, 24-hours of giving to help local nonprofits. We need your help!
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS! JOIN US… 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at 733 Hite Street in the Nations neighborhood on Nov 21 to help plant native trees on Richland Creek. This will be our last planting in 2015! Get a map here… We need 20 volunteers to plant native trees on Richland Creek. Most trees we will be…