At The Land Trust for Tennessee, we have protected over 123,000 acres through 375 (and counting!) projects with private landowners and land conservation partners since 1999. You can explore these projects through the interactive map below.
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In 2017, landowner Marianne Blackwell made the decision to protect land that has been in her family for one hundred years.
The Land Trust for Tennessee protects Civil War site and historic home.
Acquisition in high-priority area protects resilient forestland, wildlife habitat and scenic views.
Located in Knoxville, Tennessee, Lakeshore Park has significant conservation, scenic, recreational and parkland resources in its hills, fields, forests, open spaces, wetlands and waterfronts.
This piece of land and other properties along the Hiwassee River corridor – which is one of The Land Trust’s high-priority conservation areas – are an essential part of the Sandhill Crane’s natural migration pattern.
This was our first donated conservation easement in the County and was made possible with support from The Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund, The Tennessee Department of Agriculture and the Bonnaroo Works Fund. While A.C. Jennings has ensured his beloved home and fields of corn, wheat and soybeans are protected, the domino effect reaches … Continue reading Crumpton Creek + The Jennings Family Farm