A GALA FOR GOOD
The Spring Fling gathers like-minded conservationists for a delicious dinner and fun evening to raise much-needed funds for land conservation.
This event is ages 21+ only. Free valet parking provided by Parking Management Company.
THINGS TO ENJOY
This elegant soiree will include specialty cocktails, live & local music, and wonderful food in a verdant setting. New to this year's event: Wine pull (featuring fine wines of all types), photo booth, and tastings of Tennessee's FIRST organic whiskey!
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The generosity and partnership of our sponsors is vital to protect the water we drink, the air we breathe, and the land that sustains us all. We're proud to present our 2020 Spring Fling sponsors below!
Bongo Java Roasting Co.
Pat & George Bullard - LifeWorks Foundation
Judy & Steve Turner
The Parent Company
Two Rivers Ford
Melinda Welton & John Noel
Big River Park Conservancy
First Horizon Foundation
Marilyn & Calvin LeHew
LRK - Looney, Ricks, Kiss
Heather, Shelley, & Betti Lose - In Memory of David Lose
Matthew J. McClanahan
Ortale Kelley Law Firm
Parking Management Company
Drs. Nancy & Mark Peacock
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency
Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP
Interested in becoming a Spring Fling sponsor? Click here now to view the 2020 Benefits PDF or click the button below to purchase a sponsorship at your desired level.
As a 2020 Spring Fling patron, you'll receive a number of special benefits including name recognition and a reserved table for you and your guests.
Note: Patron Tables seat up to eight people.
Click here now to become a 2020 patron!
TennGreen is a statewide, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works to conserve land where people and nature can thrive. Founded in 1998, TennGreen is the oldest accredited statewide land conservancy in Tennessee. TennGreen empowers landowners and communities to protect large, connected natural areas that support diversity of life, inspire appreciation of nature, and spark action to protect the water we drink, the air we breathe, and the land that sustains us all.
Thanks to the support of our conservation community, TennGreen has partnered to:
Conserve 38,620 acres of land
Protect 165 miles of streams and rivers
Create or expand 31 public spaces
Protect habitat for 48 rare species
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Robert D. Tuke, President
Mark Peacock, M.D., President-Elect
Mary Lynn Dobson, Secretary
Nick Nunn, Treasurer
Matt McClanahan, Regional Vice President (East)
Charles Womack, M.D., Regional Vice President (Middle)
Frank Ricks, A.I.A., Regional Vice President (West)
Ryan Bailey, Assistant Treasurer & Assistant Secretary
John Noel III
Alan Webb, Young Leaders Council Intern