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Home ::: Tennessee

Population: 6353226

Total Males: 3097568
Total Females: 3255658
Median Household Income: $ 44140
Total Households: 2468841
   

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of Tennessee in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Adams Adamsville
Afton Alamo Alcoa
Alexandria Algood Allardt
Allons Allred Alpine
Altamont Andersonville Antioch
Apison Ardmore Arlington
Arnold Air Force Base Arrington Arthur
Ashland City Athens Atoka
Atwood Auburntown Baneberry
Barlett Bartlet Bartlett
Bath Springs Baxter Bean Station
Beech Bluff Beechgrove Beersheba Springs
Belfast Bell Buckle Bellevue
Bells Belvidere Benton
Bethel Springs Bethpage Big Rock
Big Sandy Birchwood Blaine
Bloomington Springs Blountville Bluff City
Bolivar Bon Aqua Bordeaux
Braden Bradford Bradyville
Brentwood Brentwood, Briceville
Brighton Bristol Brownsville
Bruceton Brunswick Brush Creek
Buchanan Buena Vista Buffalo Valley
Bulls Gap Bumpus Mills Burlison
Burns Butler Bybee
Byrdstown Calhoun Camden
Campaign Carthage Caryville
Castalian Springs Cedar Grove Cedar Hill
Celina Centerville Chapel Hill
Chapmansboro Charleston Charlotte
Chatanooga Chattanooga CHATTANOOGA,
Chestnut Mound Chewalla Christiana
Chuckey Church Hill Clairfield
Clarkrange Clarksburg Clarksville
Cleveland Clifton Clinton
Clinton, 37716 Coalfield Coalmont
Coeur D'Alene Cokercreek College Grove
Collegedale Collierville Collinwood
Columbia Conasauga Concord
Concord Farragut Conway Cookeville
Cookville Copperhill Cordova
Cornersville Corryton Cosby
Cottage Grove Cottontown Counce
Covington Cowan Crab Orchard
Crawford Crockett Mills Cross Plains
Crossville Crump Culleoka
Cumberland City Cumberland Furnace Cumberland Gap
Cunningham Cypress Inn Dandridge
Darden Dayton Decatur
Decaturville Decherd Deer Lodge
Del Rio Delano Dellrose
Denmark Dickson Dixie Lee Junction
Dixon Springs Dover Dowelltown
Doyle Dresden Drummonds
Duck River Ducktown Duff
Dukedom Dunbar Dunlap
Dyer Dyersburg Eads
Eagleville East Nashville East Ridge
Eidson Elgin Elizabethton
Elkton Ellendale Elmwood
Elora Englewood Enville
Erin Erwin Estill Springs
Ethridge Etowah Eva
Evensville Fairfield Glade Fairview
Fall Branch Farner Farragut
Fayetteville Finger Finley
Five Points Flag Pond Flintville
Fosterville Frankewing Franklin
Friendship Friendsville Fruitvale
Gadsden Gainesboro Gallatin
Gallaway Gates Gatlinburg
Georgetown Germantown Gibson
Gladeville Gleason Glennville
Goodletsville Goodlettsville Goodlettsvle
Goodspring Gordonsville Grafton
Grand Junction Grandview Granville
Gray Graysville Greenback
Greenbrier Greeneville Greenfield
Greenville Grimsley Gruetli Laager
Guild Guys Halls
Hampshire Hampton Harriman
Harrison Harrogate Hartford
Hartsville Heiskell Helenwood
Henderson Hendersonville Henning
Henry Hermitage Hewlett
Hickman Hickory Valley Hilham
Hillsboro Hixon Hixson
Hohenwald Holladay Hollow Rock
Hornbeak Hornsby Humboldt
Hunters Creek Huntingdon Huntland
Huntsville Huron Hurricane Mills
Idlewild Indian Mound Indianapolis
Iron City Jacksboro Jackson
Jamestown Jasper Jefferson City
Jefferson Cty Jellico Joelton
Johnson City Johnson City North Jonesboro
Jonesborough Kelso Kenton
Kimball Kingsport Kingston
Kingston Springs Knox Knoxville
Knoxville (Farragut) Kodak Kyles Ford
La Follette La Grange La Vergne
Laconia Lafayette LaFollette
Lake City Lakeland Lancaster
Lancing Lascassas Laurel Bloomery
Lavergne Lavinia Lawrenceburg
Lebanon Lenior City Lenoir City
Leoma Lewisberg Lewisburg
Lexington Liberty Limestone
Linden Livingston Lobelville
Lookout Mountain Loretto Loudon
Louisville Lowland Lupton City
Luray Luttrell Lutts
Lyles Lynchburg Lynnville
Macon Madison Madisonville
Manchester Mansfield Martin
Maryville Mascot Mason
Maury City Maynardville Mboro
Mc Kenzie Mc Minnville McDonald
McEwen McKenzie McMinnville
Medina Medon Mem
Memphis Mercer Michie
Middleton Midway Milan
Milledgeville Millersville Millington
Milton Minor Hill Mohawk
Monroe Monteagle Monterey
Mooresburg Morris Chapel Morrison
Morristown Moscow Mosheim
Moss Mount Carmel Mount Juliet
Mount Pleasant Mountain City Mountain Home
Mt Julier Mt Juliet Mt Pleasant
Mt. Juliet Mulberry Munford
Murfreesboro Nashville Nashvlle
New Johnsonville New Market New Tazewell
Newbern Newcomb Newport
Niota Nolensville Norene
Normandy Norris North Lebanon
Nunnelly Oak Ridge Oakdale
Oakfield Oakland Oakridge
Obion Ocoee Old Fort
Old Hickory Oldfort Olivehill
Oliver Springs Oneida Only
Ooletwah Ooltewah Orlinda
Pall Mall Palmer Palmersville
Palmyra Paris Parrottsville
Parsons Pegram Pelham
Petersburg Petros Philadelphia
Pickwick Dam Pigeon Forge Pikeville
Piney Flats Pinson Pioneer
Pleasant Hill Pleasant Shade Pleasant View
Pleasantville Pocahontas Port Jefferson
Portland Powder Springs Powell
Powells Crossroads Primm Springs Prospect
Pruden Pulaski Puryear
Quebeck raleigh Ramer
Readyville Reagan Red Bank
Red Boiling Spgs Red Boiling Springs Reliance
Riceville Rickman Riddleton
Ridgely Ridgetop Ripley
Rives Roan Mountain Robbins
Rock Island Rockford Rockvale
Rockwood Rogersville Rossville
Royal Rugby Russellville
Rutherford Rutledge S. Pittsburg
Saint Bethlehem Saint Joseph Sale Creek
Saltillo Samburg Santa Fe
Sardis Saulsbury Savannah
Scotts Hill Seattle Selmer
Sequatchie Sevierville Sewanee
Seymour Shady Valley Sharon
Sharps Chapel Shelbyville Sherwood
Shiloh Signal Mountain Silver Point
Slayden Smartt Smithville
Smyrna Sneedville Soddy Daisy
Soddy-Daisy Somerville South Bellevue
South Franklin South Fulton South Harriman
South Nashville South Pittsburg Southaven
Southside Sparta Spartanburg
Speedwell Spencer Spring
Spring City Spring Creek Spring Hill
Springfield Springville Stanton
Stantonville STEPHEN HOLSTON Stewart
Strawberry Plains Strawberry Plns Sugar Tree
Summertown Summitville Sunbright
Surgoinsville Sweetwater Symrna
Tacoma Taft Talbott
Tallassee Tampa Tazewell
Telford Tellico Plains Ten Mile
Tennessee Ridge The Woodlands Thompsons Station
Thorn Hill Tigrett Tipton
Tiptonville Toone Townsend
Tracy City Trade Trenton
Trezevant Trimble Troy
Tullahoma Turtletown Unicoi
Union City Unionville Vanleer
Viola Vonore Walland
Walling Wartburg Wartrace
Washburn Watauga Watertown
Waverly Waynesboro West Nashville
Westmoreland Westpoint Westport
White Bluff White House White Pine
Whites Creek Whitesburg Whiteside
Whiteville Whitleyville Whitwell
Wilder Wildersville Williamsburg
Williamsport Williston Winchester
Winfield Woodbury Woodland Mills
Woodlawn Yorkville Yuma
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: Tennessee


Basic History

Tennessee was first visited by Spanish explorers in 1540, and the area was later claimed by both France and England as a result of the 1670s and 1680s explorations. Great Britain obtained the area after the French and Indian Wars in 1763. In 1790, Congress organized the territory south of the Ohio River, and Tennessee joined the Union in 1796. Although Tennessee joined the Confederacy during the Civil War, there was much pro-Union sentiment in the state, which was the scene of extensive military action.

Environmental History

Tennessee has an abundance of flora, including at least 150 kinds of native trees. Tulip poplar, shortleaf pine, chestnut, black and red oaks, hickory, ash, gum maple, black walnut, sycamore, cottonwood, cypress, mountain laurel are plentiful in the area. Tennessee mammals include the raccoon, white-tailed deer, black bear bobcat, muskrat, woodchuck, opossum, red and gray foxes, and the European wild boar. Tennessee’s Wildlife Resources Agency conducts an endangered and threatened species protection program. 76 animal species are now considered threatened or endangered, including 7 species of darter (especially the snail darter), gray and Indiana bats, pallid sturgeon, bald eagle, least tern, flying squirrel, and white wartyback pearlymussel.

Green Initiatives

Office of Environmental Assistance has initiated the Tennessee Green Schools Program, which is a part of Tennessee Pollution Prevention Partnership, an initiative of the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation’s Division of Community Assistance. Green Schools involve students in campus and community projects that reduce waste, conserve energy and water, decrease hazardous chemicals, improve air quality, and create wildlife habitat. They raise environmental awareness among students, parents, staff, and the local community. Environmental management improves school’s ecological footprint, while saving money at the same time. To support sustainability endeavors, the various state departments are implementing economically-sound and environmentally responsible Green Initiatives Program. For example, Agricultural Extension Services focus on issues relating to agriculture and the environment, food safety/quality and health, and management of natural resources; the Health Department focuses on promoting, protecting and improving the overall quality of Tennessee life and health, and places special emphasis on environmental health (such as quality air and water); the government funds development of parklands and other such facilities that include forest state parks, park conservancies, and fuller state parks with abundance of flora and fauna. Several other measures have been taken by the state to reduce, reuse, and recycle to lessen carbon footprint. They include: recycling plastic bottles and containers, aluminum cans and cardboard boxes; installation of high-efficiency cleaning-machines, lighting systems, heating/cooling devices, etc; switching to non-phosphorus detergents as cleaning agents to reduce impact on waste water; encouraging use of convertible garment bags instead of traditional poly bags; switching marketing communication to web-based operations to reduce paper consumption, etc. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation works towards protecting and improving the quality of Tennessee’s land, air and water. It preserves open spaces and forges public-private partnerships to promote natural resource stewardship.
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