Thrive's data partners with UTC's IGTLab have received first and second place awards in Best Spatial Analysis at this year's Tennessee Geographic Information Council's annual conference!Read More
Chattanooga State Community College has become the 61st educational institution in the nation and the first campus in Tennessee to be certified as an affiliate of the Bee Campus USA program, designed to marshal the strengths of educational campuses for the benefit of pollinators. Chattanooga State joins more than a hundred other cities and campuses across the country united in improving their landscapes for pollinators.
Encourage your state representatives to save the Land and Water Conservation Fund by September 30. Securing permanent funding and reauthorization for the Land and Water Conservation Fund is one sure way we can enhance and protect our parks and public lands for future generations of Tennesseans.Read More
There's a new trail system coming to town, connecting four states along the entire length of the Tennesee River. The regional trail system will utilize existing greenways and trail systems, and will fill gaps by investing in new trail infrastructure for multi-modal use.Read More
A creekside urban trail comprised of paved and boardwalk sections, perfect for strolling, running, and bicycling. This easy trail is constructed of asphalt and boardwalk, making the terrain mild and pleasant. It meanders along South Chickamauga Creek for about 5 miles.Read More