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PFAS in Tennessee – An Emerging Concern for Water Quality (with Erin Kanzig from River Network)

| Issues, River Talks

PFAS in Tennessee – An Emerging Concern for Water Quality with Erin Kanzig from River Network  SUBSCRIBE TO RIVER TALKS ON APPLE PODCASTS, SPOTIFY, OR GOOGLE Summary: You may never have heard of PFAS, but this emerging contaminant is getting more and more attention. Although it’s considered “emerging”, it’s actually a chemical pollutant that has been around […]

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Cleaner Water for the Harpeth River with Harpeth Moon Farm

| Community, Harpeth River Farms, River Friendly Farms

Winding 115 miles, the Harpeth River flows northwest through Franklin and Kingston Springs through cities and past expansive farmlands to eventually reach the Cumberland River. Nearly 250,000 people call this watershed home along with fish, mussels, amphibians, birds and other critters. Over 25% of the Harpeth River Watershed is agricultural land, so there is ample […]

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Going on the Offense with Regenerative Agriculture in Tennessee

| Issues, River Friendly Farms, River Talks

Going on the Offense with Regenerative Agriculture (featuring Mitchell Hora and Jeremiah Durbin) SUBSCRIBE TO RIVER TALKS ON APPLE PODCASTS, SPOTIFY, OR GOOGLE Summary: Now more than ever, farmers are challenged with keeping valuable topsoil on fields, fostering soil that can retain water during periods of drought, and bringing back life to our soils so that they can […]

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