Get Involved

blooming redbud tree in front of open pavilion with tables Opens in new windowThe Farragut Outdoor Classroom is a public space available for teacher or town staff-led projects, lessons, and demonstrations.

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Adopt-A-Stream Program is a citizen-based litter prevention initiative intended to protect the health and beauty of our local waterways.

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The town’s stormwater program offers a variety of environment-related volunteer opportunities throughout the year.

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The Town of Farragut hosts an AmeriCorps National Service Member to work as a Water Quality Technician in support of the town’s stormwater program.

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The town has recently embarked on a journey to become a National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Community! This program has a lot of overlap with the stormwater program because healthy stormwater practices and water quality are beneficial for a variety of wildlife. Learn more about this program by visiting the town’s Wonderful Wildlife website. You can even get involved in this effort by certifying your own property!