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Land Trust for Tennessee, Glen Leven (Old Record)

The Land Trust for Tennessee’s Glen Leven Farm is a working landscape with historic and natural roots running deep into Nashville’s history and timeline, and includes a sampling of rich resources. This private property includes a honeybee sanctuary, an education garden, an heirloom garden planted and maintained by Double H Farms - The Hermitage Hotel’s Sustainable Farming Project, hops tee-pees planted by Jackalope Brewery, an arboretum with the largest mass of American Yellowwood in the United States, and a vital relationship with The MTSU Center for Historic Preservation. This urban farm brings the community together. Sculptor Alan LeQuire is the volunteer bush-hogger on the property and George Clements heads up a team of craftspeople working on the stabilization of the 1857 home. Scores of "farmhands" (businesses and volunteers) lend a hand to keep this gem vibrant. The Land Trust for Tennessee is committed to protecting Glen Leven Farm as one of the city’s most treasured natural and historic landscapes… forever.

Nashville, TN, 37204

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