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2020 National Land Trust Excellence Award Winner

The Land Trust for Tennessee received the Land Trust Alliance’s National Land Trust Excellence Award in October 2020 for its strategic work to conserve land important to the people of Tennessee!

Learn more and watch a series of special celebration videos.

Once in a Blue Moon - at Home!

This year, we invite you to celebrate our largest fundraiser of the year from the comfort of your home.

Make a gift and take part today!

Today. Tomorrow. Forever.

We conserve land important to the people of Tennessee, including family farms, thriving forests, public parks, scenic views, wildlife habitat, and historic landscapes and sites across the state.

Read our Strategic Conservation Plan for Tennessee.

NEW EDUCATION VIDEOS: Join us for Virtual Field Studies at Glen Leven Farm

While many of us are spending more time at home right now, we still want you to experience the joys and learning opportunities made possible by our 64-acre natural landscape at Glen Leven Farm. We hope you enjoy our new series of educational videos and activity ideas that highlight some of our favorite aspects of the farm and our Field Studies program.

Watch the videos on our education page.

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Protect Your Land

An Important Message about Syndicated Conservation Easements

You may have read in the news about a small group of bad actors who are using conservation easements solely for their own personal financial gain. In the conservation community, these fraudulent agreements are known as syndicated conservation easements. The Land Trust for Tennessee condemns these syndicated conservation easements and does not participate in these types of transactions.

Read our full statement about why they must be stopped.

Achieving a Balance

We all need places to live, work, shop, and congregate, but some places are irreplaceable. We believe development and conservation must work hand-in-hand as partners to best serve our state and our citizens.

The time for conservation is now.

You can’t put a price on what we are saving today for tomorrow.

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