City, county joins Cumberland River Compact, Old Hickory Watershed Association in effort
The Cumberland River Compact’s Local Officials Curriculum Program is partnering with local municipalities and watershed groups to actively renew Sinking Creek’s health and make a difference in the Old Hickory Watershed, on Saturday June 13, from 9 a.m. until noon.
This will be the 3rd annual stream clean-up season for the city. The cleanup staging area will be at the Jimmy Floyd Family Center off Castle Heights Avenue in Lebanon.
A free lunch will be provided by Dewaal and Associates for all volunteers. Dewaal and Associates is a civil-environmental engineering firm located in Lebanon that provides creative and innovative design services to municipal, industrial, commercial and residential clients in the Middle Tennessee area.
“Protecting the environment with innovative partnerships and projects is a priority for the city,” said James Vaden, Lebanon’s Stormwater coordinator. “We appreciate the efforts of our partners, including Dewaal and Associates, for making these clean-ups a success year after year.”
For more information about this opportunity for on-the-ground sustainability, contact Vena Jones at email@example.com.
About the program
The Local Officials Community Water Curriculum (LOC) delivers water education directly to local officials in your community. This comprehensive curriculum provides community leaders with information to make informed decisions about the water infrastructure issues facing their community.
The mission of the Cumberland River Compact is to enhance the water quality of the Cumberland River and its tributaries through education and by promoting cooperation among citizens, businesses and agencies in Kentucky and Tennessee.