Bearden (Knoxville, TN)
By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
Now that Christmas is past it will soon be time to take down the tree and decorations. If you're one of the estimated 31.3 million US households that bought a real Christmas tree you may be wondering what to do with it. Most cities and municipalities have some sort of recycling program for Christmas trees that have done their duty. In the greater Knoxville area there are several options to not only recycle your used Christmas tree but get the ground up mulch back to put in your planting beds. The best deal is to take it to Ijams Park in South Knoxville to be recycled into mulch which is used to maintain the trails we all enjoy. They accept used trees from now through January 31st. Both the City of Knoxville and Knox County both have recycling faciitlies; read more here.       Image by w...
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By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
One of the many pleasant things that add to the quality of life in Knoxville/Knox County is our ever growing greenway system of paved pathways for bikes and walking traffic. Currently there are over 40 miles of these delightful trails throughout the city and county with more being added as funding permits.One of my favorite sections is the Third Creek Greenway which runs from the Bearden area along the north end of Sequoyah Hills, through Tyson Park, along Third Creek, through the University of Tennessee Agricultural Campus, and along Neyland Drive and the Tennessee River to Calhoun's Restaurant below the Gay Street Bridge.You can also turn off at several intersections onto other greenways into Sequoyah Hills, Third Creek Park, and several other delightful destinations.One huge section ...
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