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And far too many of them are endangered.

Tennessee has some astounding waterways, home to one of the most diverse populations of freshwater mussels in the world. Over a hundred species can be found within Tennessee alone.

Several of those species are endangered, which...

You may know that cyanobacteria, a form of blue-green algae, are crucial to life on this planet. They produce oxygen, they filter carbon, and they are bio-fertilizers – one of nature’s ways of improving the health of its soil.

​​But too much of that good thing can be to...

Today, at TDEC offices across Tennessee, there are two public hearings to discuss rule changes.

Sometimes rule changes are innocuous. These are not.

The net effect of these rules is that "medium" CAFOs will henceforth be exempt from regulations that would protect Tenness...

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