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Weed Wrangle® is a one-day, area-wide, volunteer effort to help rescue our public parks and green spaces from non-native invasive species through hands-on removal of especially harmful trees, vines, and flowering plants. Supervised by an expert in invasive weed management, Weed Wrangle® volunteers learn, practice and begin a habit of maintaining an area free of non-native invasive plants and encourage replanting with natives in removal areas. By engaging our neighbors and challenging them to take action in their own spaces, we hope to create a movement that will have the greatest impact on the invasive plant population.

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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. Over the past five years in Tennessee alone, we average 60 plus sites per year and we have logged over 30,000 volunteer hours, removed approximately 150,300 invasive plants and replanted 2,200 native plants and trees.

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

To volunteer in Nashville Tennessee-March 14, 2020

To volunteer in Oregon-March 14, 2020

To volunteer in Oak Ridge Tennessee-April 11, 2020

To volunteer in Indiana - Events all spring

To volunteer in Knoxville Tennessee-February 29,2020

To volunteer in Memphis Tennessee-March 5, 2020

To volunteer in Chattanooga/Lookout Mountain Tennessee-March 7, 2020

To volunteer at any of the TN State Parks and Natural Areas  -March 7, 2020

To volunteer in Florida Weed Wrangle® Week, Feb 24-29, 2020 

      See Facebook Events for even more opportunities across the country!

Click on the state to learn more about their non-native invasive plants: