May Service Projects: Great Work, Everyone!

THANK YOU to the students and volunteers who have assisted us in making our community cleaner and greener this month!

May 6th: Kingsbury Middle School students installed the nest boxes they built at Epping Way.


May 8th:  More nest boxes installed at Epping by Middle College High School students.



May 10th:  Southwind High School students come out to Epping Way to complete their nest box project, but save a few boxes to install at their school on May 17th.



May 11th:  Our monthly service project was cool and rainy, but volunteers came anyway and picked up trash of all sizes at the Mud Island Greenway.

May 12th:  St. George's Independent School students cleared invasive Bradford pear trees on our Boyle property.

May 15th:  The Conservancy partnered with Clean Memphis to lead a service project at Epping Way for Memphis Business Academy students, who built and installed nest boxes and planted native plants in the meadow.


May 15th:  New Hope Christian Academy students built a wood duck box to be installed in a wetland along the Greenway.

May 18th:  A Methodist Hospital group worked with us at the Humphreys Greenway, installing nest boxes and posts for arboretum signs, and planting a few trees.

May 22nd:  The Conservancy partnered with Clean Memphis and Memphis City Beautiful to host a cleanup at Memphis River Park along the waterfront in celebration of the Memphis Bicentennial.

Posted by Cathy Justis at 8:16 PM