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In with the Natives, Out with the Invasives
The dual goals of improving the health of Cathy Jo Branch and providing a native prairie habitat for elk and bison at the Nashville Zoo are coming together in this unique stormwater retrofit project. We’ll learn about the two stages of transforming the landscape of this project site.
First, Steve Manning, owner of Invasive Plant Control, will walk us through the importance and process of removing invasive exotic plants, using the Zoo project example of clearing a six acre area and setting the stage for restoring native plantings. Second, Kevin Guenther, landscape architect with Ragan-Smith Associates, will share the vision for restoring native plantings to the site that will provide habitat for elk, bison, and other local wildlife, while also benefiting the health of a small headwater stream and the Nashville crayfish that live there.
Join us for the second of three presentations on this multi-purpose stormwater retrofit project with the Nashville Zoo.
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The Cumberland River Compact, located on the 3rd floor of the Bridge Building. 2 Victory Ave, Nashville, TN 37213. Free parking is available in Lot R of the LP field parking lot. Doors open and lunch will be available at 11:30am, the lecture will run from 12:0pm-12:50pm and will be followed by a question and answer session.
2 Victory Avenue, Suite 300, The Bridge Building, Nashville, TN 37213(Neighborhood: Downtown)