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Ride Info: Saturday March 9th at Noon you can meet at Sevier Park. Here is a map of the route - MAP (Corner of Kirkwood and Granny White near Burger Up). Ride your bike to Glen Leven Estate on Franklin Pike. Plant Some Trees. Hop on your wheels and then head to M.L.Rose to grab a tasty beverage from Jackalope Brewing and BountyBev. If you prefer to drive you are welcome to join us at Glen Leven Estate at 12:30pm!
Just Planting No Bikes For Me! Saturday March 9th at 12:30 meet at Glen Leven. Location Map Plant Some Trees and then head to M.L.Rose to grab a tasty beverage from Jackalope Brewing and BountyBev.
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More about this project...
SoundForest.org To Improve Watershed On Historic Glen Leven Estate
Nonprofit teaming with the TN Department of Forestry to plant trees along Mill Creek watershed
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (March 6, 2013) – SoundForest.org will be planting trees on Saturday, March 9th, from 12:30p.m. to 3:00 p.m. along the Mill Creek Watershed which runs through the Glen Leven Estate, located on Franklin Road south of Woodmont Boulevard. Managed by the Land Trust of TN, the estate is the largest piece of Nashville’s Civil War battlefield still intact. To date, SoundForest volunteers have planted more than 17,500 trees in thirteen states and seven countries.
“On January 21, SoundForest InfanTREE volunteers planted 700 trees on the Glen Leven estate,” said SoundForest founder Thomas Solinsky. “The March project will focus on planting trees along the Mill Creek waterway to establish a riparian buffer zone to help improve water quality by slowing erosion and decreasing sediment in the creek. The project will also decreasing non-point source pollutants and providing shade to the waterways. The goal of these plantings is to help improve the watershed quality allowing for improved wildlife habitat for many endangered wildlife species including the Nashville Crayfish.”
A volunteer party will follow the planting at M.L. Rose Craft Beer & Burgers located at 2535 Franklin Pike, sponsored by Nashville’s Jackalope Brewing Company and BountyBev, Tennessee’s American craft beer-only distributor.
Based in Nashville, Tennessee, SoundForest.org is a nonprofit eco-charity with the purpose to better the environment by encouraging sustainable lifestyle choices. Primary programs focus on planting native tree species and increasing awareness about the benefits of riding bicycles. Working with individuals, volunteer groups, businesses, communities, schools, and municipalities, SoundForest aims to encourage positive ways to treat the planet including the enhancement of natural and urban forests thereby improving water and air quality. Visit www.soundforest.org for more information on Soundforest’s mission and projects.