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Working Farms
Robertson & Sumner Counties 

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Leipers Creek Rd. 
Natchez Trace Corridor Initiative

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Recreational Land
Cumberland Trail State Park

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Home to Us:
Six Stories of Saving the Land

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Volunteering on the Land:
Stewardship

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Urban Open Space:
Adelicia Park, Midtown Nashville

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    Welcome

    We work with communties and individuals to identify and protect our natural and historic landscapes before they disappear forever. Together we have protected more than 90,000 acres of scenic and historic Tennessee open space, with more being added every day. If you believe in the beauty and character of Tennessee and its impact on the spirit of the community, we need your help!

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    Important Update

    ACCREDITATION RENEWAL

    The Land Trust for Tennessee was first accredited in 2009, and we are currently applying for our renewal. Accreditation is designed to strengthen management of conservation land transactions and promote confidence in land trusts.  The Land Trust Accreditation Program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. 

    A public comment period is now open, and the Land Trust Accreditation Commission invites public input and accepts signed, written comments on our pending application through May 30, 2014.  To learn more about the accreditation program and to submit a comment, CLICK HERE