Conservation GIS Manager
Luke Iverson joined The Land Trust for Tennessee in 2013. As Conservation GIS Manager, Luke supports our statewide conservation work with his geospatial research, analysis and cartography expertise.
Born in a small town outside of Chicago, Luke grew up on cattle ranch in central Montana. His experiences in the vast, wild spaces gave him a love for nature, agriculture and open lands, and a desire to protect our natural, rural landscapes.
Luke’s love of music brought him to Nashville, where he graduated from Belmont University with a degree in philosophy. Luke and his family relocated to Chattanooga to explore another corner of our beautiful state. You will find them hiking, camping, rock climbing or exploring any Tennessee park.
What do you love most about your job?
“I love working for The Land Trust because I know the work I do helps to ensure that there will still be natural, untouched open spaces for future generations, as well as for this generation.”