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Creating a Smart Yard: Composting, Pollution Prevention, and Planting Native

February 10 @ 12:00 pm

Free

Spring is right around the corner and now is the perfect time to start planning your garden and prepping your yard! Sustainably of course. Planting a garden and planting trees in your backyard helps the planet. Growing your own food cuts down on air and water pollution, and fossil fuels. But wait, there’s more! Planting native trees and native species in your yard can help support local wildlife and all of these efforts help protect Tennessee’s water resources. Join us, as we hear from local experts on all the ways you can make your backyard the smartest on your street.

Featuring Special Guests:

Julie Berbiglia
Education Specialist, Metro Water Services

Jennifer Smith
City Horticulturist, Metro Office of Beautification

This event is free and open to the public. Registration required to view live.

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Metro Public Works and Urban Green Lab are partnering on a new educational series “Sustainable in the City: Thinking Upstream” focused on how Nashvillians can better reduce, reuse, and recycle and live more sustainably.

Hosted by Metro Public Works’ Waste Reduction Program Manager Jenn Harrman and Urban Green Lab’s Sustainability Education Manager Patrick King, Sustainable in the City: Thinking Upstream will feature interviews, webinars, and panel discussions with Nashville’s top experts in all areas of waste and sustainability.

Details

Date:
February 10
Time:
12:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
http://bit.do/upstreamep3

Venue

Virtual

Organizers

Metro Nashville Public Works
Urban Green Lab