Get in the weeds for Nashville’s Weed Wrangle Day

Clear your schedule on Saturday, March 2 to help local and state parks remove invasive species. Here’s what to know about Weed Wrangle Day:

Three people using tools to clear weeds in a wooded area.

Volunteer tasks vary by park. | Photo via Tennessee State Parks

Volunteers are needed for local Weed Wrangle events on Saturday, March 2.

The nationwide initiative aims to save public parks and green spaces from invasive species through the removal of harmful trees, vines, and flowering plants.

Heads up, spots are filling quickly. The following parks have volunteer availability:

See the full calendar for opportunities at Beaman Park, Bison Meadow (Forest Hills), Belle Forest Cave, Land Trust of Tennessee, and more.

Pro tip: Volunteers are asked to wear long pants and sturdy, closed-toe shoes. Check individual event pages for additional requirements.

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