Will Marth’s love of trees doesn’t clock out when his day job as a landscape architect ends.
Concerned about tree loss due to storms, Kimberly organized plantings in her neighborhood and got closer to her community in the process.
Marie, of the Maplecrest neighborhood of Donelson, likes to take action. And as a Neighborhood Planting Captain, that’s exactly what she did.
By finding homes for trees in the tornado-torn neighborhood of Stanford Estates, Jackie combined two of her passions: being a good steward of the environment, and her love of her hometown.
Congratulations to Ascension Saint Thomas for the August 6 virtual groundbreaking for two new buildings: the Ascension Saint Thomas Rehabilitation Hospital and Ascension Saint Thomas
For the past year, the Root Nashville campaign has been fortunate to work with AmeriCorps service member Dylan Vines. Dylan reflected on his year of service through the perspective of (naturally!) a growing tree. Thank you, Dylan, for the many ways that you have helped Root Nashville grow.
It’s been an unexpected year so far, to say the very least. For the Root Nashville campaign, and for neighbors affected by the tornado, one of these surprises actually came as a bright spot of positivity.
Today on World Environment Day, remember that humans, too, are part of the environment.
Where does Root Nashville get our trees? We work with experts in the field. Read about our friend and partner Bryan Shelton of Tennessee Tree and Shrub in this Q&A.
After the recent tornado devastated his neighborhood, one east Nashville resident decided to put his own expertise to work by leading a replanting effort.