Support our Sanctuary in the City

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Thanks to friends like you, we’re able to maintain
60+ miles of trails, 3,187 acres of forest and fields,
and reclaim them from invasive plants and species that threaten our Parks’ biodiversity.

We’re able to provide youth programming and educational outreach through the Warner Park Nature Center, and contribute to national research through our renowned B.I.R.D. program. We’re able to preserve historic structures, treasured amenities and so much more—ensuring our Sanctuary in the City is here for all, forever.

  • Warner Parks’ NATURE NEWSletter bi-weekly email subscription
  • Members only guided hikes led by Friends of Warner Parks staff and/or Warner Parks Nature Center naturalists
  • Members only window decal
  • FOWP baseball cap (for Owl Hollow membership and up)

Annual Membership Levels

Be a Trailblazer and join today

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Hungry Hawk


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Owl Hollow


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Cane Connector


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Harpeth Woods


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Warner Woods


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More Ways to support Warner Parks

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Help protect Warner Parks, its trees and trails, and every burst of Mother Nature in between.

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Tribute Gifts

Express your love and appreciation for friends and family in alignment with their love of Warner Parks.

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Planned Giving

Sow your seeds of generosity so they may be enjoyed by many generations to come.

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Commemorative Benches

Honor or memorialize a special someone with a special place to rest and reflect in our Sanctuary in the City.

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Tree Trust

Ensure the sanctuary you have always sought and received in Warner Parks forever remains.

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Benefit Events

Put the fun in fundraising and join us for one of our signature events.

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Discover the many ways you can become a Parks Protector—group and individual opportunities await.

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Corporate Partnerships

Align the ethos of your brand or business with one of our community’s most
valuable resources.