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We're growing...

Weed Wrangle® projects are organized, at the core, by individual Garden Club of America clubs but participation is beginning to come from additional venues across the county. Federal, state and local public lands can still participate, even if there is no GCA club in the vicinity. Much to our surprise, we currently have more public lands involved than GCA clubs, indicating expansion beyond our origin.

Weed Wrangle originated in Tennessee and over the past ten years in Tennessee alone, our partners have hosted 537 Weed Wrangle events utilizing 7,595 volunteers that have given total of 636,970 hours of volunteer service. They have removed approximately 184,295 invasive plants and replanted 3,693 native plants and trees along with the planting of native seeds.

The states highlighted in green show participation in Weed Wrangle® projects.


To volunteer in Washington, DC September 28, 2024
To volunteer in
Nashville Tennessee-March 2, 2024
To volunteer at any of the
TN State Parks and Natural Areas  -March 2, 2024
To volunteer in Chattanooga/Lookout Mountain Tennessee-March 2, 2024
To volunteer in Knoxville Tennessee-February 24, 2024
To volunteer in 
Oak Ridge Tennessee- March 2, 2024
To volunteer in MemphisTennessee-Monthly all Spring 2024
To volunteer in Crossville Tennessee-March 2, 2024
To volunteer in Oregon
To volunteer in Indiana - Events Fall 2024
To volunteer in Indiana
To volunteer in Florida Weed Wrangle® February 2024
To volunteer in Georgia January 15, 2024
To volunteer in Washington, DC 
Rock Creek Conservancy 
September 9-October 7, 2024
To volunteer with The Nature Conservancy at 
Mosquito Creek Glade. Indiana, October 28, 2023

      See Facebook Events for even more opportunities across the country!



Weed Wrangle® 
in partnership with
Doug Tallamy’s
Homegrown National Park™
Stay-at-Home Weed Wrangle® 
Pick an non-native invasive plant 
at home and get rid of it!
Start a new HABITAT™ 
by removing non-native invasive plants
 and planting native plants.
Get on the map at 
are used with permission from HOMEGROWN NATIONAL PARK, Inc. 

Please work in your own yard to remove non native invasive plants and help a neighbor too!

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