209 10th Ave. So., Suite 327
Nashville, TN 37203
An accredited, statewide not-for-profit 501(c)(3) founded in 1999, the people of Land Trust for Tennessee are driven to protect public and private land to benefit all Tennesseans now and for generations to come. We know that if we dont conserve and care for our treasured places, we will never get them back. We strive to balance growth by protecting lands for the aesthetic, environmental and economic benefit of Tennessee. We work with communities and landowners so you and your family have places to bike, hike, fish, farm, play and breathe deeply forever. Our work often involves the donation of conservation easements, which allow people to continue to own their land while placing limits on its development. We also purchase or accept donations of land to be protected. We work with communities and partner organizations to develop strategic conservation plans and to raise funds for land protection. And we serve as stewards of protected lands, ensuring that conservation agreements are respected.
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