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Volunteers Needed for a STREAM CLEANUP in Nashville

Saturday, July 20 9AM - 1PM
Would you like to volunteer?

HRWA is hosting an OPEN CALL
stream cleanup on
Saturday, July 20 from 9AM - 1PM
We need your help to remove the last bit of flood debris from Pages Branch near Trinity Lane and I-65.  This is a site that HRWA has been working on for several months and, with your help on July 20th, we hope to complete it!  BUT...we need between 20 and 35 volunteers! 

HRWA will provide work gloves, snacks, water, and some waders.  Please dress in long pants and close-toed shoes, rain boots, or waders if you have them.  Come prepared to be outside.

You must be at least 15 to participate and have parental supervision if under the age of 18.  More details and specific meeting location will be provided to those who sign up.

To sign up to volunteer:
Please email Anneli at 
or call 615-790-9767 and provide a name and contact phone number or email address.

Why Volunteer?
Because it's FUN and you are helping to  improve the water quality of Nashville!

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Thank you to all of our volunteers who have already contributed to our 2013 stream cleanups!

Donelson Christian Academy
Lipscomb University
Ensworth High School
Nashville Young Adult Volunteers
Poplar Grove Middle School's Green Team
The Wyman Center of St. Louis, MO
Whole Foods Market in Franklin
Young Adults from Metro LDS Churches


The Nashville Waterway Cleanup Project is a partnership between the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency, Impact Nashville, Hands On Nashville, Cumberland River Compact, Harpeth River Watershed Association, Richland Creek Watershed Alliance and Whites Creek Watershed Alliance to advance the long-term recovery of Davidson County waterways in the wake of the May 2010 flood.

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The Nashville Waterway Clean-up Project advances the long-term recovery of Davidson County waterways in the wake of the May 2010 flood.
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You can do your part to protect a cleaner, safer and more accessible river by donating today.

Harpeth River License Plate
Proceeds from the sale of this specialty license plate support our work for clean water in TN.

Learn More about HRWA's River Restoration Program!
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Do you have a group that would like to volunteer together?
HRWA has a variety of restoration projects scheduled year round!

Contact Anneli TerryNelson at to find a project for your group.

Weekday and Weekend opportunities.

Our next OPEN CALL Volunteer cleanup is scheduled for Saturday, August 17. More information will be provided closer to the event date.

Our Project Partners






HRWA Contact Information:

Marina Metes
AmeriCorps OSM/VISTA

Anneli TerryNelson

River Restoration Coordinator
(615)790-9767 or 413-658-8073 (cell)

P.O. Box 1127 Franklin 37065 •  215 Jamestown Park Brentwood, TN 37027  615-790-9767|

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215 Jamestown Park
Brentwood, Tennessee 37027

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