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Get Your Boots & Jeans Ready

Our Largest Annual Fundraiser Happens Once in a Blue Moon

Save the Date for Once in a Blue Moon: October 26, 2019

Our Signature Celebration

Every fall, supporters gather at The Land Trust for Tennessee’s historic Glen Leven Farm to celebrate the organization’s statewide land conservation efforts and successes.

Now in its 19th year, Once in a Blue Moon, is The Land Trust for Tennessee’s signature celebration that brings together over 600 guests, including donors, landowners, political and business leaders for an unforgettable evening under the stars. As the organization’s largest fundraiser, the event raises critical funds to support The Land Trust’s mission to conserve the unique character of Tennessee’s natural and historic landscapes and sites for future generations.

Under the Stars

Set against the backdrop of an historic 64 acre farm nestled just four miles south of downtown, the celebration provides guests with an unforgettable evening of entertainment—including a seated farm-fresh dinner; live, local music; craft cocktails; and even a roaring bonfire with s’mores. Event Patrons are also invited to an intimate Luminary Reception before the main event, with special guest speakers, hors d’oeuvres and live music.

  • Once in a Blue Moon 2019 image of Boy Named Banjo by Peyton Hoge

Get Your Boots and Jeans Ready

Known for its signature ‘boots and jeans’ atmosphere, Once in a Blue Moon provides a welcoming platform for attendees to join a larger land conservation movement that directly impacts the quality of life for present and future generations of Tennesseans across the state.

Sponsor the Event:

The LandTrust for Tennessee invites you to partner as a Sponsor of its sell-out celebration, Once in a Blue Moon. Your important support will help make this special engagement opportunity possible and support The Land Trust for Tennessee’s year-round work to conserve land where communities farm, play, learn, and explore.

For more information, please email Virginia Comer or call (615) 244-LAND.