Warner Park is looking for volunteers to visit the Purple Martin roost in downtown Nashville nightly, to monitor activity educate the public and report observations back to Warner Park. Information and sign-up forms can be found at this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f4da5ac2da3f8c34-purple1 Additional information can be obtained by contacting Warner Park.
The annual spectacular gathering of Purple Martins is underway in the trees outside the Nashville Symphony. In 2020,an estimated 100,000-150,000 martins roosted in trees around the Nashville Symphony Center (36.1601, -86.7762) and this year is shaping up to be even more incredible. The Martin will continue to gather there through early September. They begin swirling in
The Growing Climate Solutions Act (GCSA) was passed by the Senate on 6/24/2021. The bill creates a new program to self-certify technical assistance providers and third-party verifiers for the agriculture and forestry sectors for voluntary actions that are intended to reduce the amount of air and carbon pollution and for processes to naturally store carbon.