November 22, 2014
It’s time for RCWA Riparian Renewal Projects again!
Healthy riparian buffers are the single most important component for maintaining a healthy and thriving stream. Trees stabilize the bank and prevent erosion; absorb stormwater and filter-out pollution, control flooding, and provide shade to maintain healthy levels of oxygen for fish and aquatic life.
Use volunteer form to let us know you plan to help, so we have plenty of supplies on hand. Thanks!
November 22, 12:00PM, 803 Lynnwood Blvd, Belle Meade
Volunteer wearing your digging clothes and boots, and dress for current weather conditions. Please let us know if you have a group that wants to help, weekday or weekend.
You will be making a positive and lasting change for Richland Creek water, habitats and wildlife.
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