The Lytle Creek Restoration Project connects local residents with their waterways through volunteer opportunities that improve the health of Lytle Creek, a tributary to Stones River.
We have volunteer opportunities throughout the year that will allow you to volunteer at Lytle Creek safely during the COVID-19 pandemic. These volunteer opportunities are open to adults that want to get outside, have fun, and help! Please click the "volunteer" button to see what our current opportunities are.
We invite you to support the Lytle Creek Restoration Project financially. Please use the "donate" button to make a donation to this project. Your donation will support planting trees along the creek, installing rain gardens, stopping erosion on the creek bank, and organizing hundreds of volunteers to help us get it all done!
This cooperative project has been funded, in part, by an agreement with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture Nonpoint Source program and the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
We want to thank TVA for supporting this project!