December 2019

Fertilizers and their Environmental Impact

By Brian Conner Healthy, green grass is a sign of a homeowner’s labor of love, and when it comes to your yard, you want it to be perfect. Mowing, weeding, fertilizing, edging and aerating are parts of the package. It’s possible to care for your lawn and preserve the environment when fertilizing your Tennessee lawn. …

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Metro Nashville (& TN Water & Wastewater Finance Board) Approve Metro Nashville Water & Sewer Rate Hikes

Continued Monitoring Required Yesterday (December 4, 2019), the Metro Nashville Council approved water and sewer rate increases.   On November 21, 2019, I (Jim Redwine, VP & COO of Harpeth Conservancy) participated in the TN Water & Wastewater Finance Board hearing concerning the proposed Metro Nashville water & sewer rate increases.   I serve as the environmental …

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