Tranyce Parmer is a native Nashvillian with a strong connection to community and nature. Read more about her and her experience as a Neighborhood Planting Captain in this Q&A.
Outstanding volunteer Ryan Bell encouraged his neighbors to sign up for trees — and then kept going.
The new species selections for our current Neighborhood Planting Captains are here!
Watering your tree properly is one of the most important steps for long-term tree health. Trees are pretty tough and resilient, so if you water it once a week during the summer, you should be all set.
Community advocate, volunteer, and grant writer with the nonprofit Neighbor 2 Neighbor Hwesi Zanu is also a long-time tree lover.
Did you know that the nonprofit NashvilleHealth chairs the Root Nashville campaign’s advisory board? How is public health connected to the environment and trees, anyway? Meet NashvilleHealth’s new CEO Mark Yancy and learn more in this Q&A.
The American Elm is a staple of eastern forests and cities alike. Its seeds support a wide variety of wildlife, and its dense canopy can cool any summer day.
We plant trees through the Cumberland River Compact’s private property programs – but also build community by bringing neighbors together, with the help of amazing leaders like Ingrid Campbell.
It’s the middle of winter now, but it’s never too early to start dreaming of the blossoming spring. Get inspired by the native Eastern Redbud in part 5 of our species highlights.
Did you know that deer can harm your young trees? Fortunately, there are simple, cheap steps you can take to protect your trees.