FLC celebrates over 5,600 acres preserved in 2019!

Warren County

A sweeping view of the Cumberland Plateau on a 250 acre property in Warren County, TN. This recently preserved tract adjoins another 288 acre tract, which was also placed in an FLC conservation easement.  In addition, FLC  preserved close to 695 acres in neighboring Sequatchie County.

2019 was another successful year for FLC’s land preservation efforts!  Here are just a few highlights:

  • FLC partnered on 24 land projects totaling 5,691 acres within Tennessee and the surrounding states of Alabama, Georgia, and North Carolina.
  • FLC placed a conservation easement on the 1,000 acre Fourman tract in Roane County, TN. Foothills also conveyed it to the State of Tennessee’s Wildlife Resources Agency. TWRA plans to manage and steward the property as part of the adjacent 11,000+acre Mount Roosevelt State Wildlife Management Area. Click here to view pictures and read more about this project!
  • In 2020, FLC celebrates 35 years as a regional land trust, having assisted with over 130,000 acres preserved and 300+ land preservation partnerships to date. Click here to read a recent article about FLC courtesy of the Daily Times “Foothills Land Conservancy takes stock and adapts to change”.

Thanks to our Friends, Foothills is able to expand conservation efforts across our diverse region. We could not have come this far without your support.

 Foothills appreciates any and all gifts given to the Conservancy –
no tract of land or monetary donation is too small or too large!

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Click here to read about FLC’s 2018 land preservation projects!

Click here to read about FLC’s 2017 land preservation projects!

Click here to read about FLC’s 2016 Land Preservation Projects!

Click here to read about FLC’s 2015 Land Preservation Projects!

Click here to read about FLC’s 2014 Land Preservation Projects!