Since 1978, The Nature Conservancy has protected more than 450,000 acres in Tennessee. Along the way, the Conservancy helped to create or expand 31 state parks and natural areas, 20 state Wildlife Management Areas, and nine national parks, forests and wildlife refuges in Tennessee, in addition to establishing our own system of nature preserves.
The Nature Conservancy works across the entire state of Tennessee, with a main office in Brentwood, TN. Key areas of focus include forest health, protection of freshwater resources and aquatic life, safeguarding caves and cave creatures, and scientific support for conservation.
The Nature Conservancy in Tennessee
2 Maryland Farms
Brentwood, TN. 37027
Contact: Lindsay Hanna