OUR NEXT COMMUNITY PROJECT IS SEPTEMBER 29, 2012!
THIS IS THE LARGEST WATER CLEANUP IN NASHVILLE HISTORY. AND IT’S TIME TO GET ON BOARD!
Since 2008, the Nashville Clean Water Project has been working to improve Midstate waterways. Contributing more than $500,000 in service value and representing tens of thousands of hours from generous volunteers, our part-time community initiative has inspired the region with our campaigns against trash at Percy Priest Lake, eco-recovery projects on Mill Creek and the Stones River, and continued education about the impact human behaviors have on local water throughout Middle Tennessee. If you’ve participated in one of our previous projects, thank you!!
Each Nashville Clean Water Project event has been a tremendous success with more garbage reclaimed and more friendships made than we ever knew was possible when we began. Time and time again, you prove you’re a unique breed. Amidst torrential rains on the eve of Nashville’s historic floods, more than 100 eco-crazies braved harsh conditions for our May 2010 event though we eventually were forced to cancel.
Thanks to the generosity and persistence of all NCWP volunteers, we’ve provided hundreds of thousands of dollars in labor, organization and educational services in just under five years. Together, we are improving the water quality in and around Middle Tennessee and putting a permanent dent in the blight. Tremendous thanks for all you do.
Please help us keep the campaign against trash at Percy Priest a public conversation and get (en)volved!
100% volunteer based. If you’d like to contribute a tax-free donation of any size (even $10), please click here. Be sure to type “100% intended for Nashville Clean Water Project” in the “Dedication” blank so the Tennessee Environmental Council will pass your donation straight through to us. Thanks for your support; please tell others about our cause.