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  • Students adopt Hunters for the Hungry "Hunger Challenge"

    by Tennessee Wildlife Federation | Dec 04, 2014
    Some 48 juniors and seniors at Hutchison School in Memphis are creating a buzz in Memphis this fall and winter with their Hunters for their Hungry (HFTH) Club, part of TWF’s “Hunger Challenge” developed last year by Board Chair Dr. Jack Gayden...
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  • Free Hunters for the Hungry deer processing now available!

    by Tennessee Wildlife Federation | Nov 21, 2014
    As of Friday, Nov. 21, some 30 wild game processors across Tennessee are accepting Hunters for the Hungry deer donations free of charge.
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  • Fish under fire — Federal plan threatens to abandon mitigation hatchery funding

    by Jay Sheridan | Oct 30, 2014
    Wading a mountain stream in East Tennessee, a lazy river in the mid-state or a backwater to the west, it’s easy to think that these waterways are the same as they’ve been for centuries. But that’s rarely the case. Through the early 20th century, Tennesseans relied on a primitive system of levees and private dams to control water in their communities, the tiny towns and growing cities that represented clusters of population amongst millions of acres of native land. A lot has changed since then...
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