Removal of Invasives at Upper BCT Trailhead

Removal of Invasives at Upper BCT Trailhead

At our February 28 work day, our band of intrepid volunteers removed a large number of invasive plants at the upper Buffalo Creek trailhead, adjacent to the Carroll County Agricultural Education Center.  Thanks to the thorns on the Bradford pear trees, no one went... read more

Bird Sanctuary Update – Buffalo Creek Trail

The bird sanctuary area at the Buffalo Creek Trail just keeps getting better and better. We’ve planted dozens of trees, shrubs and perennials that will provide nectar for hummingbirds and insects as well as berries for our other birds. Our Buffalo Creek eBird... read more

Remaining December Work Sessions Cancelled

The remaining December Buffalo Creek work sessions have been cancelled to allow everyone to spend time with their families over the holidays. We will resume on Tuesday January 3, weather permitting. As always, please watch our Facebook page (“Georgia Native... read more

Buffalo Creek Work Day, Tuesday December 13, 9 am

There will be a work session at Buffalo Creek on Tuesday, December 13, starting at 9 am. Be prepared for muddy conditions due to recent rains. Work will include laying logs to mark the edges of the new loop trail. Bring work gloves as well as limb loppers, clippers,... read more

Grand Opening of Meadow Entrance to Buffalo Creek Trail: April 17, 2018

300 Trilliums planted on the hillside at Buffalo Creek On Tuesday, April 17, starting at 6:30 pm, members of the West Georgia Chapter of GNPS will hold the grand opening of the Meadow Entrance to the Buffalo Creek Trail as part of their 10th anniversary as an... read more

Newcomers always welcome at our workdays

We’ve been clearing the area that will be the entrance to Buffalo Creek Trail from the new Greenbelt walking trail and will always welcome an extra pair of hands!  We haven’t starting planting yet as we remove invasive plants and consider some serious... read more

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