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Conservation Conversations: Sustainable Brewing

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Do you love beer, but worry about the environmental impacts of breweries? Learn about a local brewery that focuses on sustainable crafting.

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Join us for our October Conservation Conversations, where we’ll discuss the sustainable practices that Jackalope Brewing Company, a local Nashville brewery, has put in place and how these practices help protect our rivers.

The speaker for this conversation will be Bailey Spaulding, the CEO and founder of Jackalope Brewing Company. She will share about her company’s mission to make great beer while reducing their environmental impact.

This free online event will take place on Wednesday, October 27th at 6PM CST. Register now to receive the Zoom information!

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Since 1999, the Harpeth Conservancy's mission is to restore and protect clean water and healthy ecosystems for rivers in Tennessee. We employ scientific expertise and collaborative relationships to develop, promote and support broad community stewardship and action.  The Harpeth Conservancy, formerly known as the Harpeth River Watershed Association (HRWA), in middle Tennessee, is a science-based conservation organization dedicated to clean water and healthy ecosystems for rivers in Tennessee.  

Supported by a broad network of volunteers, donors, and professional staff, Harpeth Conservancy has expertise in a range of disciplines including water quality science, environmental and conservation law and policy, sustainable land use planning, agricultural best management practices, volunteer and community engagement, and others. Our organization engages in land development decisions, promotes smart growth and agricultural management practices, designs stream restoration plans, assesses sewer and drinking water challenges, conducts river studies, ensures pollution threats are removed, promotes recreation and public education, and serves as a catalyst for effective statewide conservation policies. 

Harpeth Conservancy uses its expertise, applied science, and relationships with landowners, businesses, residents and policy decision-makers to develop solutions inclusive of the people who live and work here. By seeking water quality solutions developed with diverse stakeholders, Harpeth Conservancy builds broad stewardship and shared responsibility for streams and rivers in our communities that are vital for the state’s economic well-being and quality of life. With a community effort, we can restore and maintain a healthy and biologically important river in the heart of one of the fastest growing regions of the U.S.  

Harpeth Conservancy is a Tennessee non-profit corporation and a 501(c)(3) organization that strives to represent and help its members champion their interests in clean water and healthy ecosystems for rivers in Tennessee. To do that, we aim to be transparent in what we do and how we do it, including how our organization is governed. 

Visit www.harpethconservancy.org for more information or call 615790-9767.

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