Archive for category: Conservation Policy

Cades Cove at dawn by Susan Hay.
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The Land and Water Conservation Fund: Is this the end?

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Congress established the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) in 1964 “to protect and enhance our nation’s incomparable array of natural resources and outdoor recreation opportunities.”
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Protecting the Hatchie Scenic River

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Economic development interests within the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (ECD) have conceived and begun to implement a plan to create a greenfield
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The Heart of Wildlife Conservation

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In 2004, the Tennessee Wildlife Federation embarked upon a journey that many in the conservation and hunting community questioned – establishing a personal right to hunt and fish for the citizens of Tennessee. At the time, there were no challenges to Tennessee’s hunting, angling, and trapping heritage. There were only a handful of hunters and anglers across the state even paying attention.
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Fish Under Fire — Federal Plan Threatens to Abandon Mitigation Hatchery Funding

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Wading a mountain stream in East Tennessee, a lazy river in the…
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Wild hogs in Tennessee: The time to take action is now!

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Produced by the Wild Hog Eradication Action Team, this video…
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TWF Joins Tennessee Nutrition Caucus as Inaugural Member

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The state’s Senate Majority Leader, Mark Norris (R-Collierville),…
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Water Resources Development Act Passes U.S. House

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by Office of Sen. Lamar Alexander WASHINGTON,…
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The Right to Hunt and Fish: An Amendment to the Tennessee Constitution

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All the way back to Ancient Rome, democratic societies have…