February 14, 2015
Thanks to the Tennessee Division of Forestry, Richland Creek Watershed Alliance will have four kinds of native species to give away. Native trees are low maintenence and enhance the environment while improving the biodiversity of our watershed.
Choose a shade trees (Sycamore or Yellow Poplar) or a smaller growing variety that produce berries and birds love (Roughleaf Dogwood or Elderberry).
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