Learn about the Sweetbay Magnolia in Part 1 of our species series, highlighting the five species the Root Nashville campaign will be providing our Neighborhood Planting Captains with this fall.
Ebony is a past planting captain for her neighborhood of Madison, and shared about her experience bringing free trees to her area.
It’s hot – and especially so in cities like Nashville due to the urban heat island effect. Learn more about why this effect occurs from urban heat experts Dr. Hass and Dr. Monteblanco with Middle Tennessee State University.
Oaks are some of the most beneficial trees that you can plant. Learn what makes them important, and how to differentiate the many native species in our region.
Street trees are coming to neighborhoods of Madison, North Nashville, and South Nashville in the fall of 2021.
Learn more about the honeylocust, redbud, nuttall oak, and sweetbay magnolia.
17-Year Cicadas of Brood X Emerge Soon — What You Should Know
De’Etra is an urban and community forestry expert at Tennessee State University who brought the benefits of trees to her own neighborhood.
One year since the March 2020 tornado that devastated Nashville, significant progress has been made towards restoring tree canopy in the neighborhoods of North Nashville, East Nashville, and Donelson/Hermitage.
Nashville is lucky to have new resident, but long-time tree advocate and expert, Eric Kuehler as our Metro Arborist with Metro Water Services.