Tennessee

Tennessee pollution regulators are still issuing permits and holding public hearings on proposed waste dumps despite a suspension of in-person proceedings amid the COVID-19 pandemic

by Elizabeth Duan | April 27, 2020
“Tennessee pollution regulators are still issuing permits and holding public hearings on proposed waste dumps despite a suspension of in-person proceedings amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a Knox News review shows. State attorneys general in 14 states, including Michigan, New York, ...

Promised Crackdown On Park Overflights Yet To Take Off

by Susan Sargent | July 16, 2019
Facing Lawsuit, FAA and Park Service Vow Action after Years of Impasse ...

Water & Brimstone

by Susan Sargent | March 1, 2019
Environmental scientist Barry Sulkin begins to study the impact of recreational ATV activity on the rivers and creeks that feed into the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River, a protected national treasure ...

Stream Restorations Flow From Tennessee Lawsuit Settlement

by Susan Sargent | May 23, 2016
Water Quality Degradation from Big Box Complex Addressed ...

ORVs Barred From Carolina-Tennessee Mountain Forest Trails

by Susan Sargent | October 3, 2012
Federal Court Upholds Closure of the Tellico ORV Area to Protect Brook Trout ...

Tennessee Highway Agency Settles Major Wetland Suit

by Susan Sargent | May 21, 2012
TDOT Pays More Than $500,000 to Compensate for Wetland Mitigation Left Undone ...