Community Outreach Tables

A variety of non-profit community groups participate in and benefit from the Nashville Lawn and Garden Show. We will be sharing information on each of them on this page. 

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CT1 - Cheekwood Estate and Gardens 

CT2 - The Nashville Food Project

CT3 - Butterflies of Tennessee, author Rita Venable

           Nashville Tree Foundation

CT4 - Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage

CT5 - Family Foundation Fund ~ SonShine Farms

CT6 - Volunteer Gardener (Nashville Public Television)

CT7 - Metro Beautification & Environment Commission

CT8 - Nashville Zoo at Grassmere

CT9 - Metro Parks & Recreation and Metro Greenways

CT10 - Nashville Public Library Seed Exchange

             American Chestnut Foundation

CT11 - Weed Wrangle® (Saturday, March 7 through Hands On Nashville)

CT12 - historic Nashville City Cemetery Park and Arboretum

            Metro Water Services

CT13 - Historic Traveller’s Rest

            Middle Tennessee Daffodil Society

CT14 - The Land Trust for Tennessee

CT15 - Metro Historical Commission

CT16 - The Tennessee Residence (Governor’s Mansion Gardens and Grounds)

CT17 - ‘Pick TN Products’ TN Dept. of Ag Plant Certification 

 

Community Organizations with Gardens:

 G14 - Cumberland Herb Association

G6 - Master Gardeners of Davidson County

G2 - Sumner County Master Gardeners

G15 - Williamson County Master Gardeners

G13 - Nashville Bonsai Society

G7 - Orchid Society of Middle Tennessee

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Community Organizations with Vendor Booths:

Booth 253:  Central Tennessee Professional Florists' Association

Booth 141:  Cumberland Herb Association

Booth 124:  Friends of Metro Animal Care and Control

Booth 227:  Sumner County Master Gardeners

Booth 122:  Safe Harbor Sanctuary 

Booth 209:  Therapeutic Interventions

Booth 121:  Walden’s Puddle Animal Rescue

Notice:  We invite you to participate in our 2022 Show, March 3-6.

The following list is organizations who participated in our 2020 Show.