The West Meade Conservancy is a grassroots group of volunteers dedicated to preserving a key natural area for future generations. West Meade has importance to the city of Nashville as an aquifer, a wildlife habitat, an urban link in the city’s unusual ecological corridor, and a place where wooded hillsides can be seen and enjoyed.
The organization is made up of volunteers, but everyone who signs a Registration Form and/or donates to the cause is part of the West Meade Conservancy.
Dan Lindstrom (President), Carol Nestler (Vice-President), Ellen Hansen (Treasurer), Joanna Carnahan (Education Committee Head)
Anita Bailey, Brenda Batey, Stasia Kudrez, Tom Keller, Kate Rosenthal, George Schnitzer, Margaret Sherbert.