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2023 Press Releases

April 25, Nashville Business Journal Honors Harpeth Conservancy President and Founding CEO Dorie Bolze for Nonprofit Organization Leadership

May 1, Harpeth Conservancy’s first ‘Songwriters for Streams’ event with acclaimed creators Tom Douglas and Jeffrey Steele was a sell-out and huge success

May 3, Harpeth Conservancy Announces Leadership Expansion

September 7, Trace Creek Settlement 


2023 News Articles

January 5, 2023, The Tennessean: How one rural county is fighting to save a pristine creek from pollution as Middle Tennessee grows

January 31, 2023, Williamson Herald: Numerous volunteers help clean up Little Harpeth River on behalf of Brentwood Rotary

February 2, 2023, nFocus Magazine: Best Parties 2022

April 20, 2023, Nashville Scene: The Green Issue 2023 – TDEC Referees Waste Treatment in Dickson County

April 26, 2023, Wilson County Source: Harpeth Conservancy President and Founding CEO Dorie Bolze Honored for Nonprofit Organization Leadership

June 2, 2023, Kingston Springs Gazette: ‘Everyone can contribute’: State of the Harpeth River today

September 7, 2023, The Tennessean: Tennessee reaches settlement over Dickson County waterway pollution. Here’s what it means.

September 7, 2023, Fox17/WZTV Nashville: Conservation group, state department settle to tackle bacteria in Middle Tennessee river


2022 News Articles

CityCURRENT: Harpeth Conservancy to Protect TN Rivers
nFocus Magazine: River Swing Patrons Party
Williamson Herald: Annual River Swing breaks records, raises more than $375K for Harpeth Conservancy
Your Williamson: River Swing 2022
The Tennessean: How clean is Harpeth River in Middle Tennessee?
The News: Keb’ Mo’ Headlines River Swing
Williamson Herald: Darrell Waltrip celebrates 100 Hometown Heroes

2021 News Articles

NPT Volunteer Gardner  
Tennessee Lookout 
HC Helps Keep Park Healthy 
HC Volunteers Clear Out Invasive Plants 
Nfocus Writers Picks HC as Best Outdoor Event 
Nfocus River Swing Reimagined
Williamson Source River Swing Reimagined 
The Drake 
Franklin Sizzle Awards

What’s in the water? Tennessee’s water pollution problems are becoming more widespread


December 2020 | Harpeth Conservancy President and CEO, Dorie Bolze, talked with News Channel 5 (WTVF) reporter Eric Hilt about pollutions found on the Harpeth River and other Tennessee waterways. Watch the full report here

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