Borrow Instead of Buy

Join us for a discussion with Nashville Public Library’s Donelson Branch staff—Ryan Darrow, Library Branch Manager, and Bailey Battilla, Adult Librarian—to learn about the importance of sharing common household items to reduce the need to buy new.

Environmental Justice in Nashville

In Nashville and around the country, environmental degradation, pollution, and disasters hit communities of color and low-income communities first, worst, and longest. Environmental justice (EJ) is a concept that can empower all Nashvillians toward having a city that works for all of our needs and empowers Nashville’s most marginalized communities.

BLD Southeast

Join fellow B Corps and mission-driven businesses to learn & connect at the first ever in-person B Leadership Development (BLD) conference in the Southeast. September 21-22, 2023 in Raleigh, NC.

Nashville Sustainability Roundtable: May 18

Become a member and attend the next Nashville Sustainability Roundtable of 2023! The Nashville Sustainability Roundtable continues May 18, 2023 at Soles 4 Souls. This event is by invitation only. To reserve your spot, please contact

Getting the Buzz on Pollinators

Spring in Nashville means spending more time outside and with that comes the buzzing and beautiful colors of pollinators like butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees. Join us for a buzzing discussion with Carol Taylor, President of Master Gardeners of Davidson County, and Ian Dawe, Secretary of Nashville Area Beekeepers Association and co-founder of We are The Honey Collective, as we learn about the importance of bees and how we can care for a wide community of pollinators.

Food For Thought: Wasted!

Hungry to learn? Join Second Harvest on March 19th for a documentary screening of Wasted! The Story of Food Waste followed by a brief panel with Urban Green Lab’s Executive Director, Todd Lawrence.

Culturally-centered Nature Programming

Join us on the next episode of Sustainable in the City for an important conversation with Unearthing Joy’s founder, Ashley Brailsford, as we discuss the responsibility we have in the sustainability space to make our work joyful, inclusive, and relevant to the people we are in community with.