Opinion article by Michael Butler, CEO of Tennessee Wildlife Federation, as it appeared in the Elizabethon Star The national observance of Imagine a Day Without Water asks all of us to imagine a day literally without water. From your shower to your coffee to your kids’ last glass of water before bed. Not even a […]
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Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry program is now accepting deer donations for the 2020 deer season. More than 60 deer processors across the state are accepting donations of deer to feed Tennessee families in need. To see processors currently participating, visit tnwf.org/processors. “Because of COVID-19, more Tennesseans than ever are having to rely […]
On Oct. 1, the U.S. House followed the Senate’s example and approved the America’s Conservation Enhancement (ACE) Act. It’s now on the way to be signed into law. This wouldn’t have been possible without the thousands of engaged conservationists who contacted their legislators and voiced their support of the bill. Once law, the bipartisan bill […]
In an exclusive interview with Tennessee Wildlife Federation, we asked U.S. Senate candidates Marquita Bradshaw and Bill Hagerty to share their thoughts on conservation in Tennessee. It’s up to outdoor enthusiasts like you to let candidates know that the great outdoors is an important voting issue. As you head to the voting booth, consider your […]
Tennessee Wildlife Federation and The Nature Conservancy in Tennessee Matched $5,000 Thanks to your generosity, the Nashville Symphony will receive a total of $27,612 to cover the cost of clean-up from more than 150,000 purple martins that gathered for weeks in preparation for migration. $22,612 came from the public and an additional $5,000 was matched […]
Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) invites 4th through 12th graders from all corners of the state to come learn about the shotgun shooting sports and try hitting a few targets on their own. The free Recruiting Days will be held on Sept. 19 and Sept. 26 at 18 locations across the state and will […]
In a campaign launched by Tennessee Wildlife Federation, nonprofits in the conservation community are calling on bird lovers and music lovers alike to help the region’s purple martins have an uninterrupted migration by making a donation in support of the Nashville Symphony’s downtown home at tnwf.org/purple. Donations will be matched dollar for dollar, up to […]
Tennessee Wildlife Federation, one of the largest and oldest nonprofits dedicated to conserving the state’s wildlife and natural resources, welcomes new director of outreach, Drew Loschke. Drew will serve the Federation’s policy team by helping to develop critical relationships with outdoorsmen and women, businesses, and organizations that work to benefit our wildlife, lands, and waters. […]
Opinion article by Michael Butler, CEO of Tennessee Wildlife Federation. Tennessee Wildlife Federation is celebrating an overwhelming bipartisan vote for the state’s—and the nation’s—wildlife and great outdoors. A national coalition that included thousands of Tennesseans secured the passage of the Great American Outdoors Act. The bill will permanently fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund […]
Tennessee Wildlife Federation, one of the largest and oldest nonprofits dedicated to conserving the state’s wildlife and natural resources, is now accepting photo submissions for its 6th annual Tennessee wildlife and landscape photo contest. Photographers are encouraged to submit up to 20 of their best images of Tennessee’s wildlife and landscapes. Submissions can be made […]