March 10, 2018
Unfortunately, we have to CANCEL tomorrow’s restoration project on the Richland Creek Greenway. Wet weather over the last couple weeks prevented Park’s contractor from completing greenway repairs, and access to our restoration project site is not possible at this time.
We apologize for any inconvenience…
Richland Creek Watershed Alliance & Greenways for Nashville
JOIN US March 10! Volunteer to help restore biodiversity & resilience to Richland Creek. Contact us if you plan to participate, so we have plenty of provisions.
Volunteers will remove invasive plants and plant native trees on Richland Creek along the Greenway.
Your help will also improve the health & beauty of Richland Creek and the Greenway!
Wear your digging clothes, work shoes or boots, and dress for the current weather conditions. Feel free to bring your own shovel and gloves. Supplies and refreshments will be provided to volunteers.
RCWA is restoring riparian zones of Richland Creek along McCabe Park. Restoration will take many projects over several years to be completed. Community donations are important and appreciated so we may continue…
riparian – relating to or living or located on the bank of a natural watercourse or sometimes of a lake or other water body. Plant communities along the river margins and banks are called riparian vegetation. The word riparian is derived from Latin ripa, meaning river bank.
A riparian zone (area) is the interface between land and a river or stream. Riparain zones are unique habitats important in ecology, and for supporting aquatic and fauna ecosystems.