Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunting and Fishing Academy is offering free virtual classes for those wanting to learn new outdoor skills or brush up old ones. To see a full list of upcoming classes and sign up, visit tnwf.org/virtual. The Academy’s virtual classes are hosted live throughout the year, revolving through seasonal topics. Learn from experts […]
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For 75 years, Tennessee Wildlife Federation has been dedicated to conserving our state’s great outdoors. That commitment has only grown but how we work has evolved over the decades. One way that hasn’t changed in more than a half-century is highlighting the individuals and companies improving Tennessee’s wildlife, waters, and wild places. No one group […]
More than 2,000 youth athletes, from middle school to college, participated in the 2021 Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program State Championships on June 21 through 27 in Nashville. The State Championships spanned six full days of co-ed competition in three shotgun shooting sports disciplines: trap, skeet, and sporting clays, as well as doubles skeet, doubles […]
In celebration of Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s 75th year, Gary Myers talks about the importance of having an organization like the Federation for partnership and accountability. Gary Myers severed as the executive director of Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) for 31 years, 1978–2009, making him the longest-serving wildlife chief in the nation. >>LEARN MORE: The Federation’s […]
As the heat intensifies during the peak of summer, many small streams and ponds that animals depend upon dry up and become scarce, forcing them to expend energy searching for new water sources. You can alleviate this stress, and enjoy some outstanding wildlife watching in the process, by adding a water feature to your yard. […]
Feeding hummingbirds is an incredibly popular activity and each summer untold numbers of people hang feeders for these little avian jewels. But far too many of us don’t take the time to do it responsibly. Here are a couple of tips for feeding hummers and doing it in a way that keeps them healthy at […]
The Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (TACIR) voted unanimously, 20 to 0, to begin a comprehensive study of litter pollution in the state. This marks the first fresh progress on statewide litter control in a generation. The study will address topics such as the sources and composition of litter, financial and environmental costs, economic […]
Since our founding in 1946, Tennessee Wildlife Federation has worked to conserve our state’s wildlife and natural resources for current and future generations. >>LEARN MORE: Our history It’s been a long road, but thanks to the support we’ve received over the years from passionate outdoor enthusiasts, we’ve been able to make a difference for our […]
Each year, the Federation recognizes individuals and companies from all corners of the state making an impact on Tennessee’s natural places. “This is the Federation’s 56th year hosting the Conservation Achievement Awards,” said Kendall McCarter, chief development officer for the Federation. “After a year when the great outdoors were more important to our daily lives […]
In addition to hosting hands-on outdoor experiences for novice hunters and anglers, the Federation’s Hunting and Fishing Academy is now offering virtual classes on a range of outdoor topics. From deer hunting 101 to practicing turkey calls, the Academy’s online classes are a great way for new and experienced outdoorsmen and women to brush up […]