Help Us Plant Trees Along Lytle Creek

Nicholle Gerde

Join us in planting trees and live stakes along Lytle Creek to support clean water! All ages event. No experience needed. Registration required. Register here: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/volunteer_step2/NDEzODA=/24553 Questions? Contact Sam West, sam@tectn.org

Best Management Practices for River Friendly Farms

Nicholle Gerde

Please join us Wednesday, November 28th, from 9:00am-1:00pm for a workshop brought to you by the Cumberland River Compact, the Davidson County Soil & Water Conservation District, and NRCS staff. Topics will include: livestock management, exclusionary fencing, alternative watering solutions, and success stories from farmers that have used the practices. Conservation personnel will be available to provide information and guide … Read More

2nd Annual Gossett Gobble Trail Run

Nicholle Gerde

Come out to Harpeth River State Park to get your Thanksgiving Day started out on the right foot! This is a family-friendly race and all are welcome whether you are trying to set a new PR or looking for a race to walk. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Friends of Harpeth River State Park which is a non-profit … Read More

Help Us Plant Trees Along Lytle Creek

Nicholle Gerde

Join us in planting trees and live stakes along Lytle Creek to support clean water! All ages event. No experience needed. Registration required. Register here: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/volunteer_step2/NDEzODA=/24551 Questions? Contact Sam West, sam@tectn.org   The Tennessee Environmental Council is a partner with Nashville Waterways Consortium and the Rivive! campaign. Join them in the fun and take actions to fulfill your “PLANT” pledge! Don’t … Read More

Fall Sustainable Tennessee Policy & Practice Forum

Nicholle Gerde

The Tennessee Environmental Council ‘s second Policy and Practice Forum of 2018 will offer expert insights and time for collaborative work. If you are interested in shaping a more environmentally sustainable future for Tennessee, then you are invited. Erik Lindsay (Sound Planning Partners) will share a presentation about sustainable investing. Stewart Clifton (lobbyist for League of Conservation Voters) will provide … Read More

Help Us Plant Trees Along Lytle Creek

Nicholle Gerde

Join us in planting trees and live stakes along Lytle Creek to support clean water! All ages event. No experience needed. Registration required. Register here: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/volunteer_step2/NDEzODA=/24549 Questions? Contact Sam West, sam@tectn.org   The Tennessee Environmental Council is a partner with Nashville Waterways Consortium and the Rivive! campaign. Join them in the fun and take actions to fulfill your “PLANT” pledge! Don’t … Read More

16th Annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival

Nicholle Gerde

Harpeth Conservancy is excited to host another Wild & Scenic Film festival at the Belcourt Theatre, the site of our Inaugural WSFF! The event explores environmental issues through film and promotes community building, inspires stewardship and connects people with volunteerism locally. The goal of the festival this year is to reach more people and to increase community engagement to give … Read More

Invasive Plant Removal

Nicholle Gerde

Call for Volunteers! Join us November 3. 10 AM – 1 PM. Come help restore Richland Creek habitats. Sign up to volunteer through the link provided! We’ll be removing 3 primary invasive plants from habitats so the old trees can survive, and the new trees have room to grow. Parking Details: Park at the Wyoming Trailhead, located on the corner … Read More

River Talks: Ancient Shellfishing on the Cumberland, ca. 6000-1000 BC

Nicholle Gerde

Aaron Deter-Wolf is a prehistoric archaeologist with the Tennessee Division of Archaeology, and in 2010 was co-recipient of a National Science Foundation Grant to document damage to archaeological sites near Nashville following the Cumberland River flood. That study resulted in some of the first modern evaluations of ancient Native American shell midden sites along the Cumberland, and culminated with a new … Read More

440 Greenway Opening at Elmington Park

Nicholle Gerde

Greenways for Nashville is thrilled to be joining Metro Nashville Parks and Recreation and Mayor David Briley in the celebration of the new 440 Greenway on Saturday, October 27th! A segment of the City Central Greenway System, this 1.25 mile off-street greenway paralleling I-440 will take users from Centennial Park to Elmington Park. This is the first of a planned 7 mile corridor along 440 … Read More