Fall Color Hike at Glen Leven Farm
On Sunday, November 11, The Land Trust for Tennessee and The Nashville Tree Foundation welcomed dozens of community members to Glen Leven Farm for a colorful fall hike.
Throughout the afternoon, families and individuals enjoyed an up-close look at Glen Leven Farm’s tranquil arboretum, home to more than 26 species of trees and shrubs, and vibrant changing leaves. Before the walk began, we were honored to join two United States Veterans in planting the first-ever black gum tree in the Glen Leven Farm arboretum on Veterans Day.
Thank you to every one who joined us for the afternoon and to The Nashville Tree Foundation for being such a great partner. Click here to view more photos from the afternoon from TNTF.
While Glen Leven Farm is not regularly open to the public we invite you to schedule a tour, field trip or group meeting here.