When: December 7, 2019

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Saturday, December 7 11 AM – 2 PM. Help restore Richland Creek habitats! Sign up to volunteer. You can take the skills you learn home with you to combat the city-wide invasive plant problem. We are removing 3 primary invasive plants from habitats so the old trees can survive, and the new trees have room to grow. This project is part of our Riparian Renewal program that builds resilience and biodiversity back into Richland Creek habitats. Learn more about our Riparian Renewal program. Park at the Wyoming Trailhead, located on the corner of 51st Avenue and Wyoming Avenue. There is also street parking on Wyoming Avenue; please do not block driveways or traffic when parking on the street.  Then take a short walk on the Greenway to our project site (see map below).   Wear your work clothes, shoes or boots, and dress for the current weather conditions.  We will provide tools and gloves, but feel free to bring your own. There will be pizza afterwords for volunteers. If we need to reschedule due to weather conditions, we’ll post the change here and email you if you’ve signed up.

When: October 20, 2019

Save the date, October 20, 2019!

We’re so happy to be holding our thirteenth Annual Gathering this fall at Coco’s Italian Market’s Event Center, located at 5105 Alabama Avenue! Join us for an evening of fun, education, and love for water! A twenty-dollar donation is suggested; RSVP appreciated but not required.

The gathering is from 3:30pm to 6:00pm; and we will be presenting the WE Story. There will be an assortment of appetizers, drinks, and music for us all to enjoy! Please park at Regions Bank and walk across the alley to enter the Event Center from the back.

Music provided by Nell Levin and Michael J. August, acoustic folk.



When: June 27, 2019

Remember, thanks to The Ridge, 10% of proceeds go to RCWA!

When: May 18, 2019

When: Saturday, May 18, 2019 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Join the Richland Creek Watershed Alliance (RCWA) for a fun presentation about watershed health. Learn about your local watershed, why it’s important, and how to be a good steward of its waterways. RCWA will also share its new visual platform for educating and mobilizing the public to protect Nashville’s waterways.
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