Proposal for Landfill Withdrawn 10 Years Ago
Over 10 years ago, we worked with state legislators, Metro planning staff, and others when the property owner of the McCrory Lane quarry, located next to the State Scenic Harpeth at the Davidson/Cheatham County line, proposed a construction & debris (C & D) landfill to fill the quarry.
Harpeth Conservancy's 2018 Annual Meeting took place at the Franklin Theatre in downtown Franklin. It followed a donor gathering and preceded our third annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival. We are pleased to report that John Dab and Brian Wilson were re-elected directors of Harpeth Conservancy, for terms ending in 2021. The film festival was a great success attracting long-time member and drawing community members as well. The collection of 7 short films explored National Wild & Scenic Rivers, light pollution, saving mountain ranges from mining, ultra sports and more. Attendees took home soil tests and homeowner tips for protecting water, won giveaways, and signed up for Water Reporter. If you missed our Annual Meeting, you can find our presentation about our 2017 accomplishments and new 2018 initiatives HERE.
Transit benefits don't stop with congestion relief and mobility. They are far-reaching and mutually reinforcing.
That message was delivered loud and clear to an audience of at least 75 at Monday night's Conservation Conversation hosted by Transit For Nashville Coalition members Cumberland Region Tomorrow, Greenways, Harpeth River Conservancy, The Land Trust of Tennessee and Sierra Club.