CWD is a threat to Tennessee’s deer populations and the conservation funding they generate.
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This bill would give Tennessee $18.8 million annually to keep species from becoming endangered.
Commercial boat rentals have crowded individual users off public waters and are damaging our natural resources.
Up and down the Tennessee and Cumberland River Basins, Asian carp are one of the largest threats facing waters, fisheries, recreation, and local economies. This winter, the Federation led the effort that secured $25 million in federal funding to fight Asian carp and opened those funds to the Southeast. That money is being allocated by […]
The bi-partisan America’s Conservation Enhancement (ACE) Act contains multiple hunting, fishing, and conservation priorities. In Tennessee, the act would establish a CWD task force, reauthorize the North American Wetlands Conservation Act until 2025, encourage partnerships among public agencies and private groups to promote fish conservation, and much more. The act unanimously passed the U.S. Senate […]
The Federation presented a public policy update about issues facing conservation and wildlife to members of the Tennessee Chapter of The Wildlife Society at their annual meeting. The presentation is a valuable way for student and professional conservationists to keep informed about state and federal legislation and key issues that can impact Tennessee’s wildlife and […]
Fishing and recreational boating generate $7.2 billion in economic output and support more than 27,500 Tennessee jobs.
This winter, efforts by Tennessee Wildlife Federation and its supporters paid off big!
Tennessee is among the last to have a statewide water plan. Tell leaders you support TN H2O’s recommendations!
Tennessee Wildlife Federation was instrumental in Governor Haslam’s development of the TN H2O, Tennessee’s first-ever statewide water plan. (Tennessee is one of the few states without one!) The Federation played a major role in developing recommendations to make sure Tennessee has abundant water resources for wildlife and economic growth, including water-based recreation and tourism. The […]