World Wetlands Day at Radnor Lake on February 2nd, 2020
At 7am this morning, 24 volunteers came to Radnor Lake to work with our park staff cleaning up our streams and wetlands within the natural area. This volunteer clean up day was a focused hands on event to improve our water quality efforts at Radnor Lake and an opportunity for our park staff to work with park volunteers.
Over 3+ hours we worked hand in hand, hiking over 5+ miles as we collected over 387lbs of trash/recyclable material from over 36 acres of state natural area. All of the trash collected today will be sorted, recycled as part of our Tennessee State Parks Go Green efforts at Radnor Lake.
Thank you to all of our volunteers and park staff who worked to make today a huge success for us at Radnor Lake!
Special thanks to Friends of Radnor Lake for sponsoring this new volunteer event at Radnor Lake as part of World Wetlands Day!
Radnor Lake was 1 of 22 events in the United States today registered for World Wetlands Day. You can learn more about World Wetlands Day and events across the world at the following link: