Marie Campbell

Why Riparian Habitats?

Community River Restoration: Why Riparian Habitats? During the winter season, our river restoration projects focus on two activities that improve water quality and habitats for biodiversity: invasive plant removal and native tree planting. Too often, riparian habitats (land along the edges of rivers, streams, lakes, and other water bodies; also known as riparian zones, buffers, …

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Outreach Internship

Outreach Internship – Fall 2023 Harpeth Conservancy seeks a fall semester intern to work 2-5 hours/week. Harpeth Conservancy is dedicated to protecting clean water and healthy ecosystems for rivers in Tennessee. The fall intern will support that mission through volunteer coordination, outreach, education, and other projects as needed.   About Harpeth Conservancy Founded in 1999, …

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River Steward Awards 2022

Harpeth Conservancy’s River Stewards Awards event is a night of celebration that recognizes the exceptional efforts of volunteers and community leaders of all ages who have made a big difference for clean water and healthy ecosystems for rivers in Tennessee.