The Edwin Warner Park Land and River Restoration Project continues with native tree plantings along the floodway of the Little Harpeth River.
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In partnership with The American Chestnut Foundation, Friends of Warner Parks has planted 5 backcross American Chestnuts in the Warner Parks.
Metro Parks announced phase one of plans to remove EAB-infested ash trees along pedestrian paths in the Warner Parks this fall.
Alan Frye is the newest member of the Friends of Warner Parks team, our restoration expert and resident stone mason!
Friends of Warner Parks will fund improvements to the Percy Warner Park entrance including the installation of a new plaza and enhanced landscaping.
Project to improve trail durability, repair damage, restore drainage patterns, and mitigate erosion in the Warner Parks.
Updates on the Edwin Warner Park Land & River Restoration Project, a collaborative effort to protect riparian buffer zones in the Warner Parks.
The Edwin Warner Park Land & River Restoration Project is the first step of a larger initiative to relocate active use areas away from the riverbank and protect riparian buffer zones in the Warner Parks
Inspired by the land and supported by our community, we are excited to share all that we have accomplished this past year on our mission to protect Warner Parks…
WPA (Works Progress Administration) walls constructed in the 1930s and 40s line the roads in both Percy and Edwin Warner Parks. Work for preserving these historic walls is a major initiative for Friends of Warner Parks.
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