Which plants are native and which are invasive to Tennessee? Join the HARPETH CONSERVANCY to learn more!
It's spring! And with that comes springtime blossoms. But which of the wildflowers we see blooming are native to Tennessee and which aren't?
Join us for our April Conservation Conversations, where we'll discuss what species are invasive to the area and why they're detrimental to the environment. We'll also discuss what we can do to control and eliminate their presence. We'll then learn how to better enhance our ecosystems by identifying and planting native species.
This free online event will take place on Wednesday, April 28th at 6PM CST. Register now to receive the Zoom information!
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