Murfreesboro Noon Rotary Helps Underwrite Bottoms Project

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On Tuesday, May 16, 2017, Tennessee Environmental Council's CEO John McFadden (center) received a $2,000 grant from the Murfreesboro Rotary Club to support a part of the city's Historic Bottoms Project. Past Rotary Presidents John Dietrich (left) and Gib Backlund (right) present the check.
Past Murfreesboro Rotary President Gib Backlund tells about how the project will impact the environment.
Tennessee Environmental Council's CEO John McFadden, Ph.D.

On Tuesday (5/16/2017) the Rotary Club of Murfreesboro made a $2,000 grant to help underwrite the ecological work of daylighting Town Creek as it flows between the Murfree Spring wetland and Cannonsburgh.

Tennessee Environmental Council's CEO John McFadden explains . . .

(Time: 30-seconds)


Work begins this summer on the first phase, which includes daylighting Town Creek.


To learn more about the project, here is the complete conversation:

Here is the complete interview with Dr. John McFadden, the CEO of the Tennessee Environmental Council.

(Time: 5-minutes and 39-seconds)

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