TNWRRC staff manages and/or co-sponsors numerous outreach and community engagement activities, as shown below:
- Knox County Adopt-A-Watershed program—AAW is managed by TNWRRC and is sponsored by Knox County Stormwater and the Water Quality Forum
- Read about the Adopt-A-Watershed 2016-17 Program
- Tennessee Smart Yards—The TNSY program is jointly conducted by UT Extension and TNWRRC.
May 26, 2017—10am, Harrell Rd Stormwater BMP Demonstration Park ribbon cutting
June 3, 2017—"Ivy" Rain Barrel, 9-11am, the University of Tennessee Gardens located off of Neyland Drive (Pick up pre-ordered rain barrels or purchase one.)
June 10, 2017 Families in the Creek, 8am-Noon, Ten Mile Creek off of North Gallaher View Road
TNWRRC's Roy Arthur instrumental in the development of the Knox County Harrell Road Stormwater BMP Demonstration Park.
TNWRRC facilitated installation of a pervious concrete sidewalk in the Halls Outdoor Classroom to benefit handicapped students.
Read about TNWRRC's 2016 Outreach Activities
Read about the activities sponsored by TNWRRC volunteers at the 17th Annual 2016 EarthFest celebration.