Sustainable SITES: Centennial Park (Middle Tennessee Branch) | U.S. Green Building Council
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Learn more about sustainable landscapes and how they protect ecosystems during this Friday, Feb. 24 seminar.

Sustainable SITES: Centennial Park (Middle Tennessee Branch)

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Starts On - February 24, 2017 - 11:30am
Ends On - February 24, 2017 - 1:00am
2 Victory Avenue #Suite 300
Nashville , TN 37213

Register today for a Friday, Feb. 24 seminar in Nashville to learn more about the Sustainable SITES Initiative, a comprehensive rating system aligning land development and management with innovative sustainable design.

Chris Barkley, a partner with Hodgson Douglas Landscape Architects, will use Nashville's Centennial Park as a project profile to explore SITES.

Sustainable landscapes help protect ecosystems and support climate regulation, carbon storage and flood mitigation. SITES-certified landscapes additionally help reduce water demand, filter and reduce stormwater runoff, provide wildlife habitat, reduce energy consumption, improve air quality, improve human health and increase outdoor recreation opportunities. Learn more.