FLC Receives TN Wildlife Federation Award for ‘Conservation Organization of the Year’

April 28, 2011 FLC Supporters, Recognition

Each year since 1965, the Tennessee Wildlife Federation (TWF) has honored a select group of leaders in the conservation and stewardship of wildlife and their habitat in Tennessee. This year, East Tennessee's Foothills Land Conservancy (FLC) was honored with the Conservation Organization of the Year award during the 46th Annual [...]

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FLC’s Summer Celebration – August 17, 2014

March 16, 2011 Summer Celebration

A special thank you to all of our Friends... For another successful Summer Celebration! Photo Courtesy: Doug Mills A special thank you to all of our Friends for helping to make this year's Celebration one of the most successful to date! Close to 300 guests mingled among the pastures and [...]

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FLC Publications & News Releases

March 15, 2011 FLC Publications

For 2014 & 2015 Publications, click here. 2013 Publications FLC Applauds Renewal of Conservation Tax Incentive (March 5, 2013) - FLC Release on CE Tax Enhancement FLC's 2013 Spring Newsletter & 2012 Annual Report - Click Here 2013 eNews - January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, [...]

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FLC’s Schedule of Events

February 17, 2011 Past Events

Upcoming 2015 Events For the latest event information, please sign up for FLC's eNews. It's located at the bottom of our Foothills' home page - Foothills Land Conservancy. Please note that FLC will not distribute your email address to any other organizations or businesses. ************* Sunday, October 18, 2015: Join [...]

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Conservation Easement – Big Lost Creek (Polk County)

January 3, 2011 Conservation Easements, FLC Projects

FLC is pleased to announce last week's conservation easement signing on a 648 acre tract in Polk County. Surrounded on all sides by the 640,000 acre Cherokee National Forest, this property offers ridge top views of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, including the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Tributaries on the [...]

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Conservation Easement – Gilreath Property (Blount County)

January 3, 2011 Conservation Easements, FLC Projects

Catherine Gilreath, a longtime Blount County resident and outdoors person/volunteer, recently decided to give back to her community in the form of a conservation easement. Her [...]

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FLC Conservation Easement on Wallace Property (15 acres – Knox County)

January 3, 2011 Conservation Easements, FLC Projects

Billy Wallace decided to partner with Foothills in 2011 in order to place his 15 acre tract in Halls under conservation easement. This is truly a unique piece of land that includes a blue hole (or underwater sinkhole) that is part cave and part spring. The property's spring feeds into [...]

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Seven Islands Wildlife Refuge (Now Named: Seven Islands State Birding Park) – Knox County (FLC Conservation Easement on 26 acres)

January 3, 2011 Conservation Easements, FLC Projects

In early 2010, FLC agreed to hold a conservation easement for the Legacy Parks Foundation on 26 acres in Knox County for the purpose of enlarging the Seven Islands Wildlife Refuge (SIWR) property. Since that time, the Legacy Parks Foundation has given this tract (that includes the easement) over to [...]

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Foothills receives J.B. Owen award from KTOS!

November 4, 2010 FLC Supporters, Recognition

Foothills Land Conservancy is honored to be the recipient of the J.B. Owen award by the Knoxville Chapter of the Tennessee Ornithological Society (KTOS). The Award honors the memory of J.B. Owen, longtime Tennessee Ornithological Society (TOS) member known to thousands in East Tennessee through his columns in Knoxville newspapers. [...]

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Bad Plants and What To Do About Them – Cheri Cordell

October 27, 2010 Land Management Practices

BadPlantsAndWhatToDoAboutThem3 - POWER POINT

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