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ANNOUNCING: Nashville Waterways Consortium!

9/25/2017
 
Science-based conservation for the rivers of Tennessee.
 
ANNOUNCING: Nashville Waterways Consortium
 
Nearly a year ago, we joined forces with four other environmental conservation nonprofits to form the Nashville Waterways Consortium. The mission of the Consortium is to use our collective impact to inspire the Nashville community to take action that ensures clean water and healthy streams for current and future generations.
 
 
This fall, the Consortium is launching its first initiative, which we are calling Rivive! Nashville.
We wanted you to be the first to know about it!
 
 
A signature piece of the Rivive! initiative will be art projects that will educate the public about our waterways and inspire people to get out and enjoy the over 600 miles of streams and creeks that flow through Nashville.
 
We are excited to let you know that, through a partnership with the Nashville Walls Project, we have commissioned Beau Stanton, an internationally renowned artist, to come to Nashville this October to paint a mural in downtown Nashville!
 
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The site of our upcoming Rivive! Nashville Mural by Beau Stanton:
 
We have a lot of exciting things planned leading up to and during Beau’s visit to Nashville that you won’t want to miss!
 
To stay up-to-date on Rivive! Click HERE.
 
Thank you for your continued support.

 
The Nashville Waterways Consortium is a collaboration between the Cumberland River Compact, the Harpeth Conservancy, The Nature Conservancy, the Richland Creek Watershed Alliance and the Tennessee Environmental Council, generously funded by the Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund.