"The Land Trust for Tennessee, a statewide land conservation organization, has protected and conserved almost 125,000 acres in the Volunteer State. From farmland and wildlife habitat to public parks, scenic vistas, historic properties, and more, we work with people to make sure Tennessee’s most important places aren’t lost forever to development.
As we enter our 20th year, we’re conducting a statewide conservation plan to help guide our future work. Objective mapping data is a big part of this process, but we’re also seeking public input. We want to know what types of land people most want to see conserved. This information will be weighted heavily in our plan. Considering your role in Obion County, I’m reaching out to see if you all would be willing to complete our short survey (it only takes about 5 minutes). As we think about the future of Tennessee, it’s crucial for us to hear what our community leaders – people like you -- think across the state. We’re also really wanting to hear from people across the state, and we’re short on responses in West Tennessee at the moment."
The survey can be found at this link: here