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Protection Spotlights

Lost Cove – Sewanee, TN

The South Cumberland Plateau is considered one of the most biologically diverse areas on the planet. In 2008, The Land Trust for Tennessee partnered with Sewanee: The University of the South to permanently protect 3,000 acres of forested habitat that is an outdoor academic classroom and recreat...Read more

Window Cliffs State Natural Area

Window Cliffs State Natural Area is a rugged 275-acre recreation area in southern Putnam County, southwest of Cookeville. For decades, conservationists saw Window Cliffs as an important area to protect. Thanks to a multi-year conservation effort, it is now being conserved while open for the public ...Read more

Radnor Lake State Park – Nashville, TN

Over the past decade, The Land Trust for Tennessee partnered with visionary landowners and state and local partners to expand the footprint of this Nashville icon and keep its views unobstructed fo...Read more

Castle Rock – Jasper, TN

Castle Rock is one of Southeast Tennessee’s leading climbing destinations. This 30-acre parcel will be accessible and protected forever thanks to a strong collaborative partnership between multiple conservation groups and the l...Read more

Park at Harlinsdale Farm – Franklin, TN

Harlinsdale Farm has been called the most significant historic farm associated with the modern Tennessee walking horse industry. Today, the land serves as a City of Franklin Park and is an important gathering place for residents and visitors alike. The Land Trust for Tennessee partnered with the City of Franklin to ensure this important community gathering place will remain p...Read more

Denny Cove – Southeast TN

Located about 45 minutes outside of Chattanooga, Denny Cove is a 685-acre landmark that has been hailed as one of the premier rock climbing destinations in Tennessee. Numerous partners, including The Land Trust for Tennessee, worked for six years to conserve Denny Cove, which is now open to th...Read more