Engage with Nature at Murfreesboro’s Conservation Days

A week of conservation activities and nature adventures in Murfreesboro.

Outdoor Murfreesboro is inviting the community to participate in a week-long celebration of nature and conservation from May 6-11. The event, known as Conservation Days, offers a variety of activities designed to engage participants with the natural world through hands-on experiences and learning opportunities. The week’s events build up to the main Conservation in Action Expo on Saturday, May 11.

Throughout the week, attendees have the chance to join guided hikes led by knowledgeable naturalists, contribute to stewardship projects aimed at preserving local natural habitats, and participate in other nature-themed activities. Each day offers different events, ensuring there’s something for everyone who wants to connect with nature and learn more about conservation efforts.

The culmination of Conservation Days is the Conservation in Action Expo, which takes place at the Wilderness Station in Barfield Park. Scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 11, the expo promises a day filled with engaging exhibits, workshops, and hands-on activities suitable for all ages. The event aims to educate attendees on the importance of conservation and inspire them to take action in their own communities.

Registration is required for certain events throughout the week, as well as for some of the hikes on the day of the expo. Interested participants can sign up and find more information about the schedule of events and registration details by visiting Outdoor Murfreesboro’s Conservation Days registration page.

Conservation Days offers a unique opportunity for individuals and families to deepen their connection with the environment while supporting conservation efforts. Whether you’re interested in exploring the great outdoors, learning about local wildlife, or contributing to environmental stewardship projects, Conservation Days has something to offer. Don’t miss this chance to explore, learn, and make a difference in Murfreesboro’s natural spaces.

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