The Water Quality Science and Policy Program uses science to help drive better policies that support water quality, ecosystem and human health, and sustainable growth that allows for water and wastewater provision without impairing environmental health.
The river restoration and wildlife protection programs work to directly improve our watershed, planting trees and live stakes to stabilize eroding river banks, cleaning up stream segments in the Harpeth River watershed and beyond, and implementing low-impact development practices to lessen the amount of polluted runoff going straight into the river.
HRWA works with local partners to extend and improve access to blueways and greenways, allowing more people to enjoy and appreciate the natural beauty of the river.
Take a look at the wide variety of volunteer opportunities we have, from stream clean-ups to tree plantings to water quality monitoring!
Buy our specialty license plate that will fund more great programs to protect clean water in the Harpeth River Watershed and TN!
Draft new state sewer plant permits for city of Franklin and two other small facilities serving areas of Northern Williamson County are out in draft for public comment.
Keep up to date on the latest news about what HRWA and our partners are doing to protect your natural resources.