When we choose to prioritize planting these native trees, it becomes a profound way to not only connect with our local ecosystem but also to contribute to the enduring health of our rivers and waterways.
In a significant win for clean water advocates, the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) made a crucial decision over the holidays to deny the Water Authority of Dickson County’s permit request for a new sewage treatment plant on Lick Creek in Hickman County. This decision comes after concerted efforts by the Friends of …
River Swing: A captivating event supporting the Harpeth Conservancy’s mission for clean water and robust ecosystems in Tennessee’s rivers. Join us for an evening of dinner, dance, and a silent auction, contributing to our cause. Help raise funds and amplify awareness for a future where our rivers flourish sustainably.