Monthly Archives: February 2015

Excellence in Resource Management – 2014
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By demonstrating excellence in effective and abundant resource management activities within the park, Radnor Lake State Park has once again received the Excellence in Resource Management award from Tennessee State Parks. Resource management activities can be both natural and cultural and includes, but is not limited to, invasive species management, historic preservation, rare species inventory, habitat enhancement or protection, pest management and

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Barbara J.Mapp Aviary Center at Radnor Lake
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Radnor Lake received their permit from Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency today to start accepting birds of prey for the Barbara J. Mapp Aviary Education Center. Picture left to right:  Ranger Sam King, Walter Cook (TWRA) and SIR Will Peters at Aviary #1  

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Invasive-Exotic Plant Removal Program at Radnor Lake State Natural Area 2015
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  Beginning on February 21st thru March 15th, 2015 the Radnor Lake Staff and our partners will be focusing on removing exotic-invasive plants from the natural area and offering unique environmental education opportunities for park visitors. This ranges from presentations by the Radnor Lake Staff, two special volunteer days on the ground working with the ranger staff removing exotic plants, scheduled work days for several volunteer groups and

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Brentwood Academy Volunteers at Radnor Lake on February 2nd, 2015
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Students and faculty from Brentwood Academy came to Radnor Lake on Monday, February 2nd to help the park staff work on mulching trails along the Historic Valve-House Trail and the Spillway Trail.  Over 30 students and faculty worked with SIR Will Peters and Ranger Dustin Crowell on spreading mulch along the trails with wheelbarrows.  Mulch for the trail work was provided with assistance from Clean Earth as part of our Trees to Trails Program

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