March 2022

BIG SUCCESS! Franklin Mayor and Aldermen Voted to Deny Brownland Farm Controversial Extensive Floodplain Development Proposal April 26

BIG SUCCESS: Franklin Mayor and Aldermen voted UNANIMOUSLY to DENY this Controversial Rezoning and Development Proposal Because of the Extensive Alteration of the Floodplain and Public Safety Risk from Flooding.  The community attendance was 200 or more, with over 50 speakers, for one of the longest City of Franklin meetings in recent memory (over 3 …

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Dinner IN the Creek 2023

Join us for an enchanting evening at our third ‘Dinner IN the Creek’ hosted by Harpeth Conservancy on June 13th at 6pm! Limited to 64 guests on a first-come, first-served basis, this year’s event takes place along Leiper’s Creek, boasting ankle-deep waters, mossy hillsides, and gentle waterfalls just steps away from our dinner table IN the creek.

HC Takes Position on Impaired Rivers of TN

Harpeth Conservancy submitted comments on the 2020 draft 303(d) list of impaired and threatened waters in Tennessee to the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC)’s Watershed Planning Unit, calling for greater meaning, consistency, and transparency in its interpretation and application of the water quality standards intended to help clean up the state’s waterways. Read …

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