Fayetteville Natural Heritage Association
Conserving our Natural HeritageThe Fayetteville Natural Heritage Association (FNHA) was formed in January 2003 after Mount Sequoyah Woods was going to be sold by the Western Methodist Assembly. With the help of the
city of Fayetteville, FNHA committed to raising $300,000 out of the $1,300,000 selling price. The city acquired Mount Sequoyah Woods and followed through on its fundraising commitment.
FNHA is dedicated to conserving open space and green space, and believes in identifying and protecting Fayetteville’s most important natural areas. Furthermore, FNHA wants to foster, encourage and facilitate natural-area preservation projects within neighborhoods currently facing development. FNHA has contributed to the conservation of more than 110 acres of urban forest and two acres of urban wetlands. The organization would like to preserve the most important national spaces in our area for the enjoyment of current and future generations.
For more information, go to fayettevillenatural.org or call at 479-444-6880.