Dear Wolf River Conservancy Friend,
Our 2023 Wolf River Restoration Series began on Jan. 11th with an entertaining virtual program on the history and ecology of T.O. Fuller State Park by Ranger Decoda Muller, followed by a community service project on Jan. 21st in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at Kennedy Park. Thank you to all participants!
The Wolf River Restoration Series (WRRS) is a 4-month series of events starting with Martin Luther King Day and concluding on Earth Day, with online educational programs and outdoor service projects which support the conservation work of the Wolf River Conservancy.
We are pleased to welcome back Brother International as the Presenting Sponsor for the Wolf River Restoration Series. Brother International has generously supported the Conservancy’s work for many years, both financially and through the volunteer efforts of its employees. You can always count on Brother International to be “At Your Side”.
Additional event sponsors for the WRRS include International Paper, Sylvamo, and Buckman; WRRS is also supported by a variety of community partners to whom we are very thankful!
Upcoming WRRS service projects include:
• Mar. 4, Annual Tree Planting
Participants will pot 5,000 tree seedlings to be planted later in the Wolf River watershed and the City of Memphis in blighted areas of need.
• Mar. 25, World Water Day
Celebrate World Water Day by volunteering to clean up the Wolf River Harbor and adjacent Wolf River Greenway trail in the Harbor Town neighborhood near downtown Memphis.
• April 22, Earth Day
Join us at the Epping Way segment of the Wolf River Greenway to help as we remove litter and invasive plants, restore trails, and enjoy the outdoors with a variety of projects.
For more details on this year’s Wolf River Restoration Series please visit this link.
Thanks to you all!
Dear Wolf River Conservancy friend, Our 2023 Wolf River Restoration Series began on Jan. 11th with an entertaining virtual program on the history and ecology of T.O. Fuller State Park by Ranger Decoda Muller, followed by a community service project on Jan. 21st in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King,