"We’ll show you a historic, natural attraction located several feet underground near Chattanooga. We then travel to Short Mountain where we discover the rich heritage of moonshining. And finally we’ll visit one of Knoxville’s co-ops that specialize in offering hard to find natural and organic foods."
"We’ll show you Chattanooga's Bike Share program that is making a difference downtown. We then travel to Knoxville for a tour of a micro-roasting coffee company that forges a tighter bond between the farmer and business itself. And finally we’ll visit an alpaca farm in Livingston, Tennessee that produces natural fleece as a wool alternative."
"We visit Marble Springs State Historic Site that is home to pioneer, soldier, statesman, and First Governor of Tennessee, John Sevier and is also home to a new farmer's market in South Knoxville. We travel to Chattanooga's art district to see how a hostel is making its name known for Leadership in environmental design. And finally we'll learn how agriculture can lead to art at the Tojo Creek Ranch in Lebanon."
"We take a night stroll at the Nashville Night Market. We take a look at green|spaces and how this organization if fostering sustainability in Chattanooga. And finally, we check out a mobile pie stand in Knoxville."
"We explore a new farmers market taking place on the University of Tennessee Knoxville's campus. Then we take a look at the Spring Back Mattress Recycling project with Belmont University. And finally, we visit Crabtree Farm just outside downtown Chattanooga and get some urban farming tips."
"We take a look at West Tennessee’s Farmers Market in historic, downtown Jackson. We then travel to the Nolichucky Vineyard in Hamblen County where visitors can come and enjoy a working vineyard, situated right on the banks of the Nolichucky River. And finally we meet a soap maker in Cleveland, Tennessee who educates as well as produces eco-friendly body products."
"We take a ride in a railcar on the historic Shortline Railroad system. We then check out Knoxville's playground for outdoor enthusiasts called Urban Wilderness. And finally we meet a precocious young man who is the CEO of his own glass recycling company."