It’s hard to keep up with and prepare for the growing intensity and frequency of extreme storms. The #NCARS bill would enhance federal funding and resources while simplifying planning and application processes for local partners here in Tennessee.
The federal government provides resources to cities and states to prepare for extreme weather. #NCARS would create the first National Adaptation and Resilience Strategy to direct the response to disasters, identify resilience goals, and enhance funding and support for partners.
Let your Congressional representatives know that you support #NCARS and a federal resilience strategy to ensure there is support for our communities during natural disasters.
CWEET is asking all local artists, crafters, and gardeners to submit an application to join us for our second annual Art and Gardening On Cosby Festival. Last year this event was successful, educational, and fun, and resulted in backyard edible gardens for the attendees! Again this year CWEET received a grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission- Art Builds Community program to host the Art and Gardening On Cosby Festival, complete with seed-starting workshop and craft fair to
Have you ever wanted to contribute to protecting your local watershed but donʼt know how? Clean Water Expected in East TN (CWEET) trains volunteer citizen science monitoring teams to go into the nearby Nolichucky and Pigeon Rivers to collect biological and chemical data that can be used to monitor stream health over time and to advocate for the enforcement of environmental standards. Volunteers must fill out an application and commit to the full day training along with 2 more