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Protecting America's Most Biologically Rich Inland State

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Working across the entire state, The Nature Conservancy has protected more than 300,000 acres of key lands and waters for people and nature.

Along the way, the Conservancy has helped create or significantly expand 29 State Natural Areas, 12 State Wildlife Management Areas and 2 National Wildlife Refuges. Learn more about Places We Protect in Tennessee.

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►►Free Concert for If Trees Could Sing at Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary in Brentwood, TN. Join us and our friends at Owl's Hill from Noon to 4 pm on Sat., April 25 for a celebration of our video series about trees starring popular singers and musicians. If Trees Could Sing artists Kim Richey, Bill Lloyd and Webb Wilder will be performing "in the round" along with bluegrass band Off the Wagon, and the Owl's Hill staff will conduct tree tours.

►Who speaks for the trees? Musicians do! Watch the fun new music artist videos of If Trees Could Sing.

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