Tennessee Wildlife Federation has received a significant multi-year grant to restore forest and grassland habitats in Tennessee.
Federation Clinches A Win for Public Lands
The Federation came together with other NGOs and formed a coalition. Within days of forming the coalition, more than 1,200 individuals had emailed their legislators opposing bills that threatened public land.
Tennessee Frogs are Ready for Spring
Though much cold weather looms ahead, the winter solstice has passed and days are getting longer. And when those occasional warm January days arrive, a couple of Tennessee frog species are poised to take advantage of the opportunity to begin calling and mating.
Tennessee Wildlife Federation to Restore 6,800 Acres of Cumberland Plateau Habitat
Tennessee Wildlife Federation is partnering with Ruffed Grouse Society/American Woodcock Society (RGS & AWS) and others to enhance more than 6,800 acres of wildlife habitat in Tennessee and...
Senator Lamar Alexander | 75 years of Tennessee Wildlife Federation
As a two-term governor turned U.S. Senator, Alexander found Tennessee Wildlife Federation to be a critical part of advancing the conservation of our natural world.
The 56th Annual Conservation Achievement Awards
For more than a half-century, Tennessee Wildlife Federation has been hosting the Conservation Achievement Awards to recognize those making outstanding contributions to Tennessee’s wildlife and natural resources. Past winners have included senators, international companies, conservation professionals, and lifelong volunteers from every corner of the state.
Prescribed Burns Completed At Savage Gulf Natural Area
The burns will help restore wildlife habitat and enhance shortleaf pine ecosystems across the Cumberland Plateau, a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts year round.
Prescribed Burns Being Used at Savage Gulf Natural Area to Restore Native Habitat for Wildlife
Tennessee Wildlife Federation is partnering with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Forest Stewards Guild, and the Tennessee Division of Forestry to conduct prescribed burns...
Federation Supporters Help Secure Passage of Two Conservation Bills
This year two landmark conservation bills were passed—the Great American Outdoors Act and America’s Conservation Enhancement Act. The Great American Outdoors Act marks the biggest win for the great...
U.S. Senate Candidates Share Their Opinion on Conservation in Tennessee
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.
Bird Lovers and Music Lovers Unite for Tennessee’s Purple Martins and the Nashville Symphony
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...
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