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Nashville Public Radio
WTML is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Tullahoma, TN. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Do you interview authors. I have an historical fiction novel named "Hidden Memories".
By: Michael Smith on January 14, 2015
Contact: Forest Service
Patty Matteson, Public Affairs (828) 259-0560
Local Contact: Land Trust of North Alabama
Cathie M. Mayne, Marketing Director
Partners Work Together to Educate Public on Treating Non-native Invasive Species
A partnership with the U.S. Forest Service (FS), Land Trust of North Alabama (LandTrustNAL), the Alabama Forestry Commission and the City of Huntsville will help inform the public on how to safely rid their property of non-native invasive species. It is estimated that 50,000 nonnative invasive animal and plant species have been introduced in the United States resulting in more than $100 billion in economic losses annually.
Signs detailing a demonstration project that shows different methods for eradicating non-native invasive species are set-up along a popular hiking trail on LandTrustNAL property. Along the trail, four treatment methods were applied to remove honeysuckle and privet, two widely spread and easily identifiable non-native invasive species.
“The goal of the project is to help educate the public on the need for active conservation on their land in regard to non-native invasive species,” said Callie Schweitzer, research forester, FS Southern Research Station. “Ryan Sisk, Matt Zirbel and I worked on this project with the Land Trust, the Forestry Commission and the City and are thrilled that members of the public can view and learn from our work.”
"Partnerships are critical to the Land Trust's mission of land preservation and stewardship," stated Land Trust Executive Director Marie Bostick. "This project is especially important because it gives people a visual example of the impacts various control methods have on invasive species."
To view the project:
Take Pratt Avenue to Bankhead Parkway, past Toll Gate Road. Land Trust’s Bankhead Trailhead and hiker parking lot (2442 Bankhead Pkwy NE) is ½ mile further on right. Take Toll Gate Trail southeast, then turn left (east) onto Old Railroad Bed Trail. The demonstration plots and signs are on the right side of Old Railroad Bed Trail just past Wagon Trail Intersection.
Or use the Monte Sano Nature Preserve pull off access across from Fagan Springs Apartments, 2515 Toll Gate Rd SE # C. Once on the trail turn left (east) onto Old Railroad Bed Trail. The demonstration plots and signs are on the right side of Old Railroad Bed Trail just past Wagon Trail Intersection.
By: Patty Matteson on June 21, 2016
Please make public interest announcements that the deadline for voter registration in TN for the November 8 election is just ONE WEEK away, on October 11.
People without a driver's license will need more time to obtain a voter ID card (student ID not accepted), which is obtained at the Drivers' Service Center. A person must be registered FIRST, then go to the center with proof of citizenship (birth certificate or passport) and proof of residence (TWO pieces of mail addressed to your current residency).
By: Kathleen Ferris on October 4, 2016
Hello, I Represent Will Wesley, A country based singer songwriter from Baton Rouge LA, His latest single Let it all burn has been getting significant airplay nationally. Would your station be interested in playing the tune?? We're trying to get more airplay in your area. I can email a one sheet and link to the song.
By: Will Wesley on October 21, 2020
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