PROTECTING ONE FAMILY’S DEDICATION TO THE LAND Now with the spring season in full bloom, many of us are spending these warmer days in our backyards, planting flowers that attract pollinators, weeding invasives to make room for native species, raking debris and cultivating the land for a summer or fall harvest of fruits and veggies.
If you’ve ever traversed the 71-mile Foothills Parkway that winds along the rolling foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee, then you already know just how spectacular this area of the United States is. With panoramic views of endless mountains topped with tulip poplars, redbuds, red maples and Fraser magnolias, this natural escape
This “holiday” is the perfect excuse to grab a coworker, cut out of work early, and get out there and enjoy the fresh air while the sun is still in the sky. As these days get shorter, it is even more important to go outside and soak up that Vitamin D at every chance we
This Federally Endangered Wood Stork was captured on camera by NALT Conservation Biologist, Peter Smith, during a Monitoring visit to the property. This long-legged bird was observed practicing his put and strut between holes 13 and 14 on Rose Hill golf course, upon which a Conservation Easement was donated. Overview: The Wood Stork is large