TennGreen Land Conservancy has received the Land Trust Alliance’s seal of Accreditation, a mark of distinction that confirms that TennGreen meets the highest standards of excellence and quality in its conservation operations and nonprofit management.

The Land Trust Alliance Accreditation Commission first accredited TennGreen in 2010, and has since renewed its accreditation status in 2015 and 2020 through a rigorous vetting process.

About the Land Trust Accreditation Commission
The Land Trust Accreditation Commission was established as an independent program of the Land Trust Alliance in 2006. The program was designed to build and recognize strong land trusts, foster public confidence in land conservation, and help ensure the long-term protection of land. The Land Trust Accreditation Commission is governed by a volunteer board of diverse land conservation and nonprofit management experts from around the country. To learn more about the Commission and see the full list of accredited land trusts, visit landtrustaccreditation.org.

About the Land Trust Alliance
Founded in 1982, the Land Trust Alliance is a national land conservation organization that works to save the places people need and love by strengthening land conservation across America. The Alliance represents 1,200 member land trusts supported by more than 5 million members nationwide. The Alliance is based in Washington, D.C., and operates several regional offices. To learn more about the Alliance, visit www.landtrustalliance.org.