If you’re looking for a gift for the outdoorsperson on your list this season, we’ve got you covered.
Nature lovers everywhere are gearing up for the explosion of fall colors that is slowly taking over the Tennessee Valley.
Tossing glass, plastic and cardboard into a recycling bin is simple enough, but what about an apple core, a banana peel or even those old coffee grounds?
When is the discovery of a single insect enough to quarantine a county and instill a sense of dread in local officials?
Most of us can’t get a mile away from our driveways before spotting a specialty license plate sporting a picture of a cartoon puppy, breast cancer ribbon or an endangered bird in flight.
Chattanooga’s rivers and streams are getting ready for their closeup in the upcoming film, Hidden Rivers of Southern Appalachia.
Seeing butterflies flit around your garden makes it feel like your own colorful backyard paradise.
The prospect of identifying trees can be overwhelming to say the least. Don’t give up before you even get started.
Anyone who is willing to learn can take up nature photography as a hobby.
Things Grandma taught you about nature
for community garden success
Crabtree Farms offers a low-cost, day-long workshop each year that covers all the bases of starting and keeping a community garden
The invasive insect from East Asia can kill a hemlock in just a few years, sucking it dry of the nutrients it needs to survive.
Give the gift of the great outdoors by donating to local organizations in honor of your friends and family members.
Bats: nocturnal, winged mammals that usually bring images of caped crusaders or Transylvanian fiends to mind.
The Blythe Ferry Project
The historical Cherokee Removal Memorial Park could be lost forever to development without immediate action from the community.