Thank you to everyone who supported this year’s Once in a Blue Moon at Home celebration.
We’re over the moon to share that all our Donor Celebration Kits have been spoken for, but it’s not too late to make a tax-deductible gift to support our work across Tennessee!
Many thanks to who made our 2020 celebration possible
Mary Lee Bartlett and Robin Puryear
McEwen Group, LLC
First Horizon Foundation • Pinnacle Financial Partners
FirstBank • Rock/Creek • Tenn Hens Design
Full Moon Supporters
Amy & Kenneth Adams
Lexie & James Armstrong
McLean & Damon Barbieri
Mary Lee & Steve Bartlett
Sara & Richard Bovender
Cathy & Martin Brown
Annie & Eslick Daniel
Mark & Sherry Duetschmann
Trisha & Chuck Elcan
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Frist, Jr., The Dorothy Cate and Thomas F. Frist Foundation
Kate R.W. Grayken
Penny & Joe Hodgson
Susan & Chris Holmes
Beth & Preston Ingram
BDY Natural Sciences Consultants
Leiyan & Larry Keele
Lynn Lassiter Kendrick & Scott Kendrick
Elizabeth & David Lemke
Anne & Mark Manner
Crispin & John Menefee
Jeanie Nelson & Will Martin
Robin & David Puryear
Mr. & Mrs. Gustavus A. Puryear IV
Debra & Casey Reed
Ann and Clark Tidwell
Aleta & Byron Trauger
As of November 4, 2020
OUR SIGNATURE CELEBRATION
Every fall, The Land Trust invites supporters to join us for Once in a Blue Moon – our largest fundraiser of the year, which raises critical funds to support The Land Trust’s mission to conserve the unique character of Tennessee’s irreplaceable landscapes.
Known for its signature ‘boots and jeans’ atmosphere, Once in a Blue Moon provides a welcoming platform for supporters to join a larger land conservation movement that directly impacts the quality of life for present and future generations of Tennesseans across the state. Here’s how The Land Trust re-imagined Once in a Blue Moon in 2020.
We look forward to celebrating with you again in October 2021! Check back here and follow us on social media @LandTrustTN for updates and more information.
If you are interested in learning more about partnership opportunities, please email Virginia Comer or call (615) 244-5263 for more information.