Project Blue Streams (PBS) protects and restores Nashville’s small streams. Partnering with neighborhood groups, schools, churches and businesses, Project Blue Streams restores streams using a collection of tools ranging from tree planting, to stream bank restoration, to in-stream habitat rehabilitation.
One initiative of PBS is to plant 10,000 trees in Davidson County over the next five years.
PBS will move closer to this goal with a Fall Planting. On Saturday, November 21st, PBS will partner with Neighborhood Associations in the East Nashville area for a huge planting. Other partners include the Nashville Tree Foundation, Nashville Electric Service, Metro Tree Advisory Committee, Metro Parks, and Metro Beautification and Environment Commission. To join the effort, contact Mekayle Houghton, PBS Director.