The TNIPMC encourages community organizations to become local stewards by controlling invasive plants at a high priority invasive plant site. The first 10 community groups that sign up to host a weed pull, within a given year, will be offered a $200 honorarium for hosting the weed pull event. The Community Weed Pull program will run from June 1st to August 31st annually.
Eligibility & Requirements
Any interested community organization or group can participate (sports teams, youth groups/clubs, non-profit societies, community service groups, church groups, etc.). Participating groups must:
What Plants Can Be Pulled?
Groups will only be able to control non-toxic invasive plants that are safe to hand pull:
- Spotted knapweed
- Diffuse knapweed
- Hoary alyssum
- Common burdock
- Others as pre-approved by the TNIPMC
Please fill out the online registration form below. A TNIPMC representative will be in touch with you shortly.