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Conservation Continues on Keel Mountain

November 1, 2018
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Land Trust of North Alabama recently preserved 40 acres on Keel Mountain near the Madison/Jackson County line. This land was donated by the Terry Family, who also provided much of the property that is now Chapman Mountain Nature Preserve.

The property features a typical upland hardwood landscape. Its primary conservation value is to preserve significant natural habitat and to provide a valuable wildlife corridor in a growing area of our community. The property is a dynamic greenspace suitable for a variety of flora and fauna. Preserving this portion of the mountainside will also provide a continuous view along the southern face of Keel Mountain visible throughout the New Hope community and south eastern Madison County.

Current plans are for this property to remain a conservation preserve without public access. The land will be monitored to ensure the forest remains healthy and the land is not disturbed.

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​Do you have a family farm or land that is significant to you and your family or that has high conservation value? Would you like to preserve its legacy and ensure that it is available for future generations to enjoy? There are a number of planned giving options to help you achieve these goals. Let us know if you are interested in land donation and we’ll help you find the option that’s the best fit.