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Trees do so much for us, making life healthier and better in many ways. But trees can’t tell us what they do for us and why we should care. So who speaks for the trees? Musicians do! View the videos to learn more.



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If Trees Could Sing is a Nature Conservancy program that brings together a diverse array of musical artists to talk about trees and their benefits for people. Check out their videos collected here. You can dig in deeper on each musical artist’s tree page to learn more about the featured tree species and about trees in general.

If Trees Could Sing is a project of The Nature Conservancy in Tennessee.
Our partners include Nashville Metro Parks, City of Chattanooga Parks, City of Knoxville Parks, Germantown Parks, Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary, Nashville Zoo and Tennessee State Parks.
Videography on If Trees Could Sing by Eric Martin & Konrad Custer of Music City Roots, Nathan Shuppert and Brian Wilson.
Theme music by Will Robinson.

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