Kim - Teter Retreat
Hello! I’m Kim. I hope you are enjoying your visit to Teter Retreat and Organic Farm and its natural areas. You may see one of our team members rustling in the woods here. Teter volunteers love its natural areas and its wildlife. We want to share what we are doing.
What We Are Doing
A team of a dozen volunteers manages Teter’s 50 wooded acres which border the White River. Like much of Hamilton County, Teter’s natural areas are being degraded by an onslaught of exotic bush honeysuckle, Callery (Bradford pear), multiflora rose, and other invasive species. We work with Teter staff to reduce the effect these species have on Teter property and the White River. Team members participate in scheduled work days as well as volunteer on their own schedules.
How I Got Involved
Why It Matters to Me
Resources for You to Get Involved