Month: November 2018

Group of people in the forest.

Restoration at Jackson Middle School

This fall, Tryon Creek Watershed Council (TCWC) has been working at Jackson Middle School on restoration work at the pathway on the south side of the school near 39th Ave. This much-loved walkway, used by neighbors and the Jackson community, runs through a stand of trees with a mix of native and invasive plants. Restoration…
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Large group of volunteers in the forest

No Ivy Day success!

Tryon Creek Watershed Council also hosted a No Ivy Day event at Marshall Park on October 27th, with Friends of Marshall Park. No Ivy Day is a region-wide restoration event. At Marshall Park, 26 community members gathered to remove English ivy. While volunteers performed “lifesavers” on 5 trees (climbing ivy can kill trees!), most of…
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