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The Tennessee Conservationist Magazine
We are a bi-monthly print and online magazine featuring smart articles and gorgeous photography. You'll get great stories about native species, history, conservation, archaeology, and Tennessee culture. We make it easy to find awesome things to see and do, and to connect with resources and activities in Tennessee State Parks and across our state. We advocate for the preservation and protection of our incredible natural and cultural resources, and are proud to utilize the most sustainable printing practices available! Subscribe today!
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Subscribe today! Read these stories in the next issue:
- Winter Hiking and Camping Tips
- Tennessee--My Favorite Place to Go Bird Watching
- Chattanooga Audubon Society’s Sanctuaries
- Go Green With Us: Sustainable Holidays
- Protecting Tennessee’s Diverse Forests
- Add Native Plants to Your Holiday Decorations
- Tennessee’s Higher Education Sustainability Initiative
- + Park Ranger Profiles, Things to Do, Conservation Update, & more!
The Tennessee Conservationist is published by Tennessee State Parks, a division of the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.
To subscribe offline, please mail a check or money order to:
The Tennessee Conservationist | TN Dept. of Environment and Conservation | 312 Rosa L. Parks Ave., Floor 2 | Nashville, TN 37243-1102
We Walk the Walk
Since January 2019, The Tennessee Conservationist prints on 100% post-consumer recycled paper made by Rolland Enterprises, Inc. These papers have the lowest environmental footprint in their category, and are created without cutting down even one tree. Ninety-three percent of Rolland's thermo-energy needs are met from methane biogas, transported by pipeline from a landfill eight miles from the mill. Rolland generates 70,000 tons less CO 2 each year compared to traditional energy usage.
For a typical press run, we are proud to save the following resources by printing on Rolland's beautiful Enviro Print paper. Learn more here: www.rollandinc.com/en
29 million BTUs
143,325 60w lightbulbs for one hour
15 lbs of NOx indirect greenhouse gasses
emissions of 1 truck driving 21 days
11,452 lbs of CO2
emissions of 2 cars for a year
34,070 gallons of water
368 days of water consumption
3,486 lbs of solid waste
32 waste containers
35 fully-grown trees
2 tennis courts
Sources: Environmental impact estimates for the North American marketplace are made using the Environmental Paper Network Paper Calculator v3.2. For more information, visit www.papercalculator.org. The fine papers' environmental savings related to greenhouse gas impacts are based on the Life Cycle Assessment methodology. The LCA was made by Rolland and validated by a third party.