We wanted to know what the experts were saying in regards to emerging water quality issues here in Tennessee. And so, for our July Conservation
Conservation Conversations is Harpeth Conservancy’s new video format outreach series. These events will occur on the fourth Wednesday of every month from 6-7pm and will explore a diverse range of topics related to local rivers. Experts will be invited to present and inform participants about the topics of each event, as well as representatives from Harpeth Conservancy to explain why the topics are relevant to our work. The goal of these events is for people to gain new knowledge, a desire to help, and basic information about how to make a difference in the areas discussed, all from the safety and convenience of their home. Check out videos and descriptions of some of our past Conservation Conversations below!
I grew up with a skewed perspective on dams. In my mind, all dams were massive and monolithic. And that makes sense given that I
After the crazy year we’ve had already, we couldn’t wait to dive into this month’s Conservation Conversations topic: Flooding in Tennessee. Nashville in particular has
Together we’ve gone out and removed invasive privet, planted native tree saplings, and learned how to cultivate our gardens. We got further into the weeds
This past Wednesday during our last Conservation Conversation of the year, we learned that being water conscious can go beyond the outdoors and into the