MTSU Stormwater Program Public Involvement & Events
MTSU Stormwater Program strives to provide education for streams and rivers in our community. We also provide educational and volunteer opportunities to our campus population. Some of our projects have included campus cleanups, stream cleanups, wetland remediation, tree plantings, invasive plant removal, elementary environmental education and outreach booths. We would love for you to join in and be part of our clean stream experience!
Tennessee Environmental Council 250K Tree Day!
On February 24, 2018, TEC will be planting 250,000 native tree seedlings across Tennessee. This will be the largest community tree-planting event in Tennessee history. The Council is seeking sponsors and donors to cover the costs of seedlings. They also would like volunteers who agree to plant the trees!
See the link above for more information about the event.
PAST EVENTS include:
November 11, 2017, Veterans Day Tree Planting/Lytle Creek Resoration Stones River Watershed and Rotary are joining with Tennessee Evnvironmental Council to plant trees and give away free trees!
820 S Church St at 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Invasive Plant Removal at Oaklands Mansion/Maney Spring
Location: Oaklands Mansion, 900 N. Maney Avenue
Date/Time: October 26, 8am-Noon
Event Details: Cutting & spraying of invasive plants. Will also be removing trash from site.
What to bring: Work boots, long-sleeved shirt, work pants, work gloves, bug spray & water bottle.
2nd Annual Waterfest
Location: Old Fort Park (1025 Old Fort Park, Murfreesboro)
Date/Time: September 15, 7:30am-1pm
Event Details: Professionals representing different water quality career paths led students through engaging demonstrations & hands-on activities.
Alternative Spring Break Cleanup at Garrison Creek
Location: Kroger at 2050 Lascassas Pike
Date/Time: March 6, Noon-4pm
Event Details: Removed trash along Garrison Creek.