Watersheds are the lifeblood of our living planet. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture is addressing the challenge of watershed degradation through practical applications and public outreach.
The Rogers Walk on the Ellington campus, open to the public, is a prime example of a pocket wildland in the middle of a modern suburb that survives and flourishes when properly cared for.
Clean water is everyone's right and responsibility. We all depend on this vital resource and we all have a vested interest in protecting it. The Department seeks to equip people and communities with the methods to enhance and protect their watersheds.