October 2021: A Message from Our Director

Dear Wolf River Conservancy friend,

The No-Go Greenway Soiree and Online Auction is happening next week! Our signature fundraising event will be strictly online this year for everyone’s safety, and will feature a great online auction from November 1st to November 6th. Hopefully, you have received an invitation with details on how to participate in the event. You can also register at this link.  

To see all of our online auction items, visit this link: We will continue to add new items for the next few days. Please consider supporting the work of the Wolf River Conservancy by bidding high and bidding often!

Take a look at two of the wonderful items included in our No-Go Greenway Soiree Online Auction:

Urban Earth Custom Design Package – Valued at $1500:

     Let Brett Norman and his skilled team give your residential landscape a “refresh” with this design package from one of Memphis’s best garden center and landscape teams. Package can be used for design work and products purchase.

FedEx NASCAR VIP Pass – Valued at $1000:

     Two suite tickets to the FedEx Suite along with two VIP passes. The suite tickets will include food and beverage, two gift bags on race day, and a Denny Hamlin meet and greet. The VIP passes will provide an exclusive tour, led by the FedEx Race team, of the #11 FedEx Hauler and the NASCAR garage areas.

We want to recognize our Presenting Sponsor, Ring Container Technologies, for its continuing support of the Greenway Soiree event as well as its support to our work and mission all during the year. We also want to thank our Platinum Sponsors, Brother International, Belz Family Foundation, and International Paper; our Gold Sponsors, Buckman, Crews Development, and PermaTrak; our Silver Sponsors Alta Planning and Design, Harcros, and Patrick Accounting; and our Bronze Sponsors, Duncan Williams Asset Management, Urban Earth, and Walker Auction.

From Nov. 1-6,  we will be unveiling several video clips via social media and eblasts highlighting our continued progress on the buildout of the Wolf River Greenway, including the new bridge which will connect the Wolf River Greenway to the Shelby Farms Greenline via the Lucius Burch State Natural Area.

Thanks to all of you for the support during the past year which has contributed to a variety of programs and land conservation projects.  You are working with us to protect and enhance the Wolf River watershed through conservation and by connecting communities in our city.  

Keith Cole

Executive Director

Posted by Cathy Justis at 11:32 AM