September is here and that means another round of interviews for Sustainable Nashville Live! Check out our stacked lineup of organizations on the ground making Nashville a more sustainable city for all.
Coming up this month:
- Jennifer Smith is the city horticulturist at Metropolitan Nashville Department of Public Works. Jennifer is a leading voice in the fight for Nashville’s native ash trees which could disappear as soon as 2026 due to the impact from the invasive Emerald Ash Borer.
- Renee Barker is the Vice President of Tennessee Women in Green (TWIG) a nonprofit that works to empower, inspire, and connect sustainability-minded women in Middle Tennessee. The organization provides the opportunity to network with other sustainability-minded women and learn about sustainable businesses, organizations, and initiatives in the Nashville community through monthly meetings, scholarships, and other events.
- Amy Crownover is the Executive Director of Greenways for Nashville a non-profit organization raising awareness of and private support for Nashville’s greenways initiative.
- Jeffrey Orkin is the owner of Greener Roots Farm, Nashville’s first commercial scale hydroponic vertical farm. When not growing lettuce indoors, Jeffrey enjoys growing just about everything outdoors.
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