The Cumberland River Compact Dragon Boat Festival is going on its 13th year of hosting the Dragon Boat races off the East Bank Landing of the Cumberland River, just at the end of Lower Broadway in Downtown Nashville. A series of four-boat heats will race a roughly 200 meter stretch of the Cumberland River between the Woodland Street Bridge to … Read More
This free family festival is all about celebrating our rivers and connecting children to our local waters. Hosted in partnership with the Cumberland River Compact, this event combines education and fun: attendees will learn about the importance of water quality in our watershed through fun and engaging environmental-based activities suitable for the entire family. Goodlettsville Waterfest will feature an educational … Read More
Waterfest is a free, one-day family festival hosted by Cumberland River Compact all about celebrating and connecting children to our local waters. Our goal is to raise awareness about the importance of water quality in our watershed through fun and engaging environmental-based activities suitable for the entire family. There will be waterslides, music, dancing, educational exhibits, prizes, and more! Parking … Read More
Join the Cumberland River Compact and enjoy live music with a variety of local beers and Hattie B’s Hot Chicken. A signature Hellbender cocktail, beer samples, Hattie B’s Hot Chicken and sides are included with entry. Several of the featured breweries source water directly from the Cumberland River. Tickets also available at the door.
Is your home healthy? How healthy can your home become? Join us for the next Green Hour at Miel restaurant as presenters, Erik Daugherty & Lesley Hermann of E3 INNOVATE, LLC, explore the health of homes (and their inhabitants) in Middle Tennessee. The Green Hour is a fun way to explore sustainability topics and how they can improve our lives … Read More
Join the Richland Creek Watershed Alliance (RCWA) for a fun presentation about watershed health. Learn about your local watershed, why it’s important, and how to be a good steward of its waterways. RCWA will also share its new visual platform for educating and mobilizing the public to protect Nashville’s waterways.
Join the Cumberland River Compact as we clean up the Fairgrounds – Nashville! Volunteers will help remove trash from the area to help prevent it washing into Browns Creek. This event would not be possible without the support of the The Fairgrounds Nashville, the Tennessee Valley Authority, and Nobody Trashes Tennessee. Register for more information: https://crc.kindful.com/register/nfg
Join the Cumberland River Compact as we clean up the river! Volunteers will help remove trash, tires, and other debris from Slaters Creek. This event would not be possible without the support of the City of Goodlettsville, TN Government, City of Millersville, Sumner County, Tennessee, Tennessee Valley Authority, Nobody Trashes Tennessee, and Bridgestone Tires. Register for more information: https://crc.kindful.com/register/gdl
The Green Tie event is a fun way for YOU to make a difference in improving our environment, communities and public health. Green Tie benefits the Tennessee Environmental Council who has been caring for Tennesse’s environment since 1970. Green Tie is a great opportunity to have fun while celebrating the Council’s successes and networking with other environmental and political leaders … Read More