On April 16th, a public forum, «Conservation Conversations on Transit,» will be a great opportunity for Nashvillians who are interested in conservation, open space, and the environment to get more information to make an informed decision on the May 1st Transit Referendum vote.
Attendees will hear a overview of the plan from Erin Hafktenschiel of the Mayor's Office of Transportation and Sustainability, and from conservation organizations about their views on the plan and how it relates to their missions. There will be plenty of time for general questions and about the plan’s conservation and environmental implications.
The forum is hosted by Cumberland Region Tomorrow, Greenways for Nashville, Harpeth Conservancy, and Sierra Club — Middle Tennessee Group.
Come out to learn more!
(Cover photo of Bells Bend by Richard Barrow)