Tennessee Parks and Greenways Foundation
Tennessee Parks & Greenways Foundation (TennGreen) is an accomplished, nonprofit land trust dedicated to protecting and conserving Tennessee’s natural treasures.
|Grant Year||Amount||Program Name||Program Area||Description|
|2018||$30,000||Wildlife Habitat Conservation Assistance Fund||wildlife conservation||Learn more|
TennGreen protects important wildlife habitat using two key strategies: conservation easements on privately-held land and acquisition. On occasion, funding assistance is requested/required by landowners or by public agencies to cover specific costs of this conservation work. TennGreen requests funding to create a Wildlife Habitat Conservation Assistance Fund.
|2015||$10,000||Nashville’s Wildlife Conservation Corridor||wildlife conservation||Learn more|
A forested wildlife corridor, identified in Nashville’s Open Space plan, runs in an arc, connecting Beaman Park through Bells Bend to West Meade through Warner Parks to Radnor Lake. This natural landscape provides vital habitat to an array of wildlife and is critical to health and recreation in Davidson County.