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News Releases 2009

2009 Conservation Easements

December 4, 2009  2009 Conservation Easements with East Tennessee land owners…Read More


FLC Welcomes 2 Blount County Easements 800 Acres Preserved!

November 12, 2009 What could be a better way to highlight East Tennessee land conservation programs during this year’s FLC’s Annual Conservation Celebration than with 2 Blount County easement signings totaling 814 acres… Read More


Foothills Land Conservancy’s 2009 Fall Conservation Celebration

Foothills’ annual Celebration, held November 12th at Dancing Bear Lodge, exceeded all of our expectations! On behalf of the FLC Board & Staff we would like to thank our 2009 sponsors, host committee members, and all the other guests that came out to celebrate and support East Tennessee land conservation programs. A big thank you also goes out to Dancing Bear Lodge, they provided a perfect fall location along with wonderful service, food and decorations… Read More


2009 Sunset Harvest Dinner

FLC & Maryville Farmers’ Market partnered for the first time to co-host a Sunset Harvest Dinner. Thanks to all that made it a successful event and please check out our gallery of photos from The Milne Farm in Greenback, TN… Read More


Conservation Easement Signing Atop Bluff Mountain Friday at 11AM on June 26th, 2009

“I’m so glad that the Foothills Land Conservancy and I worked together to place a conservation easement on this land–known as the Bluff Mountain Ecological Reserve. This agreement enables continuation of the conservation principles my Father, Mother, and I have tried to practice on Bluff Mountain. Hopefully, many others will see fit to do their part to save God’s beautiful Creation.”Read More


FLC Profile of the Emily Davis Property

In our ongoing effort to highlight Foothills Land Conservancy’s diverse land programs, we plan to profile various East Tennessee conservation easements and their benefits to the community. To kick off these efforts, both Bill Clabough and Elise Eustace decided to take a drive out west this month, eventually landing in Monroe County… Read More

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