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Socket, Nashville's sustainability outlet, interviewed Nashville's most influential sustainability leaders.
The TennGreen Land Conservancy, the oldest accredited statewide conservation entity, has successfully conserved 7,000 acres this fiscal year, including Chickasaw Bluff, Lone Star on the Cumberland Trail, a tract in Big River Park, Banks Pisgah, Bill's Rest, and an easement along Whites & Piney Creek Gorges.
The Great American Outdoors Act would fully fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund and reduce teh park maintenance backlog in half.
Living Buildings "give more than they take," providing resources such as energy to the grid and clean water to the watershed.
The USGBC named notable women that have taken a front seat in the fight against climate change during the pandemic.
After the onslaught of storms hit Nashville, many environmentalists are facing an uphill battle of reforesting our region with increased fear of tree fall.
Even if you're stuck at home, you can still shop secondhand. Check out this list of 20 local consignment shops to support during the shutdown.
Have you seen us in the latest Local Table Magazine: A Guide to Food & Farming? Check out all of the featured Nashville organizations working on different sustainability concerns in this Green Issue. Local Table can be found online at https://www.localtable.net/ or around town.
We love the driving force behind this issue: "by working with our neighbors we can make our city and surrounding community a better, healthier and greener place to live."