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.
It’s going to take all kinds of partners and neighbors coming together to restore our city’s canopy from the 2020 tornado and derecho storms.
For entrepreneur Dwight Beard, working outdoors and helping the environment was learned from an early age.
Cheers to brighter, greener days ahead, Nashville.
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.