Annual Meeting Recap!



Annual Meeting


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.


Recent Awards and Recognition


2018 Brentwood Environmental Stewardship Award Feature: Harpeth Conservancy


National Publications by Staff


Staff Accomplishments:

  • Kaki Comer, Conservation Policy and Development Associate, is going to Graduate School at Duke University in the fall to pursue her Masters in Public Policy
  • Madeline Bule, Conservation Associate, is moving on to take a job with American Rivers in D.C.


So, that said, we're hiring a Donor Development & Communications/Marketing Administrator. Find the job posting HERE.