Our annual Spring Challenge is back to make the 2022 field season of collaborative stewardship as impactful as possible. The program has three major pillars so that everyone can get involved at the level that’s right for you:
Click above to record your participation* or learn more about how you can get involved!
Click above to join a stewardship event or fuel this collective effort with your donations!
Click above to use your creative talents / influence to inspire our stewards today and tomorrow!
*Pulling/Removing Plants, Spraying, Burning, Monitoring, Planting, Cleaning Up (primary unit = hours)
Program Overview in 3 Minutes
Then and Now
What was once the Garlic Mustard Challenge and then the Spring Invasive Species Challenge has bloomed anew as the TSN Spring Challenge in 2022. We’ve added more ways to help so everyone can get outside and get involved during this vital season. What hasn’t changed is the importance of this program, which since its first iteration in 2008 has pulled together over 18,000 people to create over $6.7 million in workhour value while removing over 2.3 million pounds of invasive plant species from local ecosystems.
While the Spring Challenge has grown in scope to include activities beyond its invasive species tradition, groups focused on that form of stewardship remain warmly welcomed and strongly encouraged to participate. Visit the COMPETE area to learn more or reach out to us via email@example.com with any questions. Thank you for your support!
One of our newest programs at TSN is already making an impact, reducing waste and providing lightly-used, thoroughly-cleaned gloves to groups like yours. Learn more at the link below and we’ll have those healing hands equipped to tackle the Spring Challenge in no time!
Build Your Team
Are you part of a group that would be great for this, but need a little help telling the story? Below you’ll find a presentation for use in your meetings and conversations. Download at will, do your thing, and thank you for taking the initiative to mobilize your peers!