Top Five Strategies to a Sustainable Site

“This blog post originally appeared on WNC Green Blog Collective and was reprinted with permission from the author David Tuch, president of Equinox” As development continues its rebound the

The Economic Engine of Greenways

Dena Chandler of Equinox will be giving a presentation on the economic impacts of greenways at the Tennessee Environmental Conference in Kingsport, TN on March 26th, 2014. The Economic Engine

Greenway Project Making Headlines

There has been a lot of buzz and attention regarding the Maryville-to-Townsend Greenway Master Plan just recently completed by Equinox.  The project has been covered by several news outlets and

Marion Stormwater Park Designed by Equinox

  A great article appeared on the site that featured a park designed by Equinox. New park protects water quality in Marion by Mike Conley. “A stormwater park contains

Form and Function in Storm-water BMP’s

Bobbie Kelsten’s adorable yellow bungalow sits in a neighborhood that was built during a drought.  At the time, no one knew that the neighborhood storm drain that lies directly behind

Meet Our New Staff

We have added some members to the Equinox team lately. In February within days of the birth of is baby girl, Hunter Terrell began working with us.  Hunter completed his

Anglers Beware – New Trespass Law in Effect

Fishing season will soon be upon us and many of us will be heading to our favorite stream or pond.  Well, if those fishing spots are on private lands you

Yellow Birch in the Southern Appalachians

In the early 2000s, Hugh Morton, former owner of Grandfather Mountain  reported an unusual number of large, dead trees high on the slopes of the mountain.  The verbal report was

What is Your Ecological Address?

All of us know the state, county, and street we live on and many of us know the plant communities that surround our homes, but do you really know your

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