Post Tagged with: "TDEC"
Tennessee’s freshwater mussels are getting new protection after decades of neglect. The Corps of Engineers, TVA, state environmental regulators and The Nature Conservancy signed a memorandum of understanding Monday meant to identify and protect mussel habitat.Read more ›
State regulators have returned to normal water quality testing of Tennessee’s lakes and rivers after heightened monitoring since the flood. Most bodies of water have returned to pre-flood conditions.Read more ›
Republican candidates vying to be Tennessee’s next governor view the state’s Department of Environment and Conservation as an impediment to business. The four leading contenders appeared at a forum with the Brentwood Chamber of Commerce Thursday.Read more ›
Congressman Zach Wamp made gubernatorial campaign stops in Columbia, Franklin and Brentwood Thursday.Read more ›
Tennessee’s environmental regulators are making a new push to fill-in abandoned oil and gas wells on the Cumberland Plateau.Read more ›
A bill that passed out of the state House Environment and Conservation Committee today would change the way the state determines where a stream starts. Environmentalists say that undermines existing safeguards for clean water.Read more ›