Thank you to all who joined The Land Trust for Tennessee on June 1, 2017, for a special evening community event at Glen Leven Farm, an historic 65-acre oasis located four miles from downtown Nashville.
During the evening at the farm, guests enjoyed music and a picnic in front of the historic home, planted Tennessee wildflowers to support our wild pollinators, learned about the history of the landscape and more. Special thanks to our partners at The Hermitage Hotel’s Double H Farms for leading tours of its garden where they grow food for Capitol Grille, and to Jackalope Brewery for donating refreshments for the evening. Our thanks to Whitney Davis for lending her face painting skills to the evening, and to our musicians for the lovely accompaniment.
Glen Leven Farm is not regularly open to the public, but we host scheduled workshops, field trips, open days, group tours, volunteer days, pasture walks, arboretum walks, cultural events and lectures throughout the year. We hope you will join us Aug. 19 for our second annual National Honey Bee Day Celebration.
To learn more about the history of Glen Leven Farm, click here