New agreement would protect Tulsa's Turkey Mountain for at least 50 years

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TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:

  • A new agreement would protect Turkey Mountain for at least 50 years.
  • Tulsa city leaders and the George Kaiser Family Foundation agreed to donate the Turkey Mountain land they own to the River Parks Authority.
  • Tulsa City Council still needs to approve the deal.

Tulsa city leaders have entered an agreement that would guarantee Turkey Mountain to be around for decades.

The city and the George Kaiser Family Foundation both own portions of the park. Under the new deal, each will donate its land to the River Parks Authority to assure the land will stay as it is for at least 50 years.

Tulsa City Council still needs to approve the agreement. Upon approval, the River Parks Authority will begin developing the Turkey Mountain master plan that will guide future investments in the area.


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