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Fall Planting Party

Join the Cumberland River Compact as we connect our roots to rivers during our inaugural Fall Planting Party!   Our Root Nashville vision of planting 500,000 trees in Davidson County by 2050 is built upon grassroots support from the Nashville community. Show up and lend your support on November 19, 2022 to help us achieve […]

No Mow Month 2024

Throughout the entire month of April, the Cumberland River Compact is encouraging residents of Davidson County to give their mowers a rest and let their grass grow! By participating in No Mow Month, residents can actively improve water quality, reduce carbon emissions, and create healthy habitats. Participants will receive a No Mow Month yard sign […]

Free

Spring Planting Pre-Party

Riverside Church, 800 Youngs Ln, Nashville, TN 37207

Join the celebration before the party with the Cumberland River Compact to kick off our Root Nashville Spring Planting Party!

Free

Spring Planting Party – New Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Church

New Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Church, 1701 Cedar Grove Rd, Nashville, TN 37218

Calling all tree planting volunteers! Join the Cumberland River Compact as we connect our roots to rivers by planting trees during our inaugural Spring Planting Party!

Free

Spring Planting Party – Trace Creek at Stephens Valley

Stephens Valley Neighborhood, 441 Union Bridge Rd, Nashville, TN 37221

Join the Cumberland River Compact as we connect our roots to rivers by planting the final 100 1-inch caliper trees along Trace Creek during our inaugural Spring Planting Party!

Free

Rain Garden Planting & Mulching

Billy Dunlop Park, 1930 E Boy Scout Rd, Clarksville, TN 37040

Volunteer with the Cumberland River Compact to plant a Rain Garden in Clarksville! The 600-square-foot Rain Garden will collect and clean rainwater before it runs into the West Fork Red River. Participate in planting native plants and mulching and enjoy a day spent at a beautiful park along the West Fork Red River!

Free

Clarksville Prairie Restoration

Pollard Road Trailhead, 1101 Pollard Rd, Clarksville, TN 37042

Volunteer with the Cumberland River Compact to plant a Pocket Prairie in Clarksville! The 5,000-square-foot Pocket Prairie will be filled with native plants that filter rainwater flowing from an impervious parking lot before it runs into the West Fork Red River. Participate in planting native plants and mulching and enjoy a day spent gardening outside.

Free

Franklin Rain Garden Planting

Tinkerbell Payground at Pinkerton Park 405 Murfreesboro Rd, Franklin, United States

  Join the Cumberland River Compact for a special rain garden restoration project at Pinkerton Park in Franklin! The 350-square-foot rain garden will collect and clean rainwater before it runs into the Harpeth River, a major tributary of the Cumberland River. Annual maintenance will ensure that the rain garden will flourish and remain functional for […]