Wealth of Nature

Solar Equity Program Secures Vital Support

We are proud to share that Be a Helping Hand’s affordable homes will soon be running on solar power! Going solar is made possible through the invaluable support of our community, alongside the generous backing from Hammond Climate Solutions Foundation’s Solar Moonshot Program, which granted $25,000, and the Clean Energy Group, contributing $20,000 in grants, …

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Introducing our New Solar Equity Program

Workforce development. Solar-powered affordable homes. Equitable futures.   Program Vision Our new Solar Equity Program will train and employ a diverse workforce in the renewable energy sector. This program will help to mitigate climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving human health and the environment by decreasing air and water pollution. It will …

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New Native Gardens Planted for BHH Residents

As part of our Spreading the Wealth of Nature program we are landscaping our housing communities with native plants that are adapted to our local climate and soil conditions where they naturally occur. Our friends and professional native garden landscapers, Brent “Mage” Hanvey and May Wild just finished planting six new beautiful landscapes for our …

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Metro Public Health Department

The mission of the Metro Public Health Department is to protect, improve, and sustain the health and well‐being of all people in Metropolitan Nashville.

Books to Kids

Books To Kids promotes literacy and a love of reading. With these skills, children are better equipped to make informed life choices. The program focuses on children up to age 11. These are the years when a child’s academic foundation can have its most powerful effect on both the child and their family.

Nashville Tree Foundation

The Nashville Tree Foundation works to preserve and enhance Nashville’s urban forests by planting trees in urban areas, identifying the oldest and largest trees in Davidson County, and educating the public about the value of trees.

Cumberland River Compact

The Cumberland River Compact gives people the tools to be stewards of their watershed, while partnering within policy planning with government agencies.

Root Nashville

Root Nashville is a public-private campaign, led by Metro Nashville and the Cumberland River Compact, to plant 500,000 trees across Davidson County by 2050.