Author Archives: envirolibrarian

About envirolibrarian

I am a librarian at Nashville State Community College, and the faculty advisor for the student environmental group. I use my bicycle and the train to get to work everyday. I really enjoy riding.

Mt. Juliet greenways and sidewalk news

The City of Mount Juliet has been awarded Phase 1 ($467K) and Phase 2 ($582K) of the Cedar Creek Greenway project plus the Safe Routes to School grant has been approved. (June 30, 2016) Advertisements

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How to Pedal better.

Here is some good information on the art of pedaling.

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Grab a bike

6 good reasons to go for a bicycle ride. May is bicycle month. If you have not ridden your bike in a while come on out on May 1 at 2 pm to the Mt. Juliet train station for the … Continue reading

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Biking and Walking in TN is UNDER ATTACK!

This bill is a concern to every cyclist.  Please sign this.

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Ride for Reading’s First Delivery of 2016

Join Ride for Reading on March 11, at 12:45 to deliver books to Park Avenue Elementary School in Nashville. Meet at Richland Creek Greenway, (15 White Bridge Pike, Nashville, TN 37205) at 12:45. Bring a backpack or a bike trailer … Continue reading

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Bicycle Playground Park in Mt. Juliet

John Forth, a Life Scout in Troop 150, is trying to raise money to build a bicycle playground for his Eagle Project. It will be for children about 3-12 years old to safely learn how to ride a bicycle on … Continue reading

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Let’s Start with a Book — National Ride for Reading Week

Please support Ride for Reading.  It’s mission of literacy is very important. http://www.rideforreading.org/letsstartwithabook

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