Midtown Memphis’ Urban Forest
The V&E Greenline is a 1.7 mile urban greenspace converted from an old railroad in Memphis, TN. The V&E Greenline provides a natural, serene space for members of the community and beyond to exercise, walk their dogs, observe wildlife, or even visit with fellow users of the Greenline. From “The Springs” to “The Arbors” to “The Gardens” to “The West End,” you can get to know the different sections contained in the 1.7 miles of the V&E Greenline, Midtown Memphis’ Urban Forest.
Join Us for the V&E Artwalk
The third annual “V&E Artwalk” has been scheduled for Saturday April 25, 2015 and it will raise money and awareness for the V&E Greenline community owned trail which travels through the heart of the Vollintine Evergreen Community. The event will feature the work of artists from all over the Greater Memphis area as well as food and drinks, music, a children’s area, and artists demonstrations. Click here to learn more.
Make a Donation
As an amenity that is entirely funded by the community, donations are crucial to keeping the Greenline alive. Donations go to things like new signage, refreshments for volunteers, and promotional costs.Donate to the V&E Greenline
Having started out as an overgrown railroad, the Greenline was cleaned by members of the local community, who still maintain the Greenline. Come help keep our it beautiful by volunteering on the next clean-up day!Learn More About Volunteering