The 112th Tennessee General Assembly reconvened on January 11, 2022. With the deadline for filing new bills on February 3, the Federation is tracking and prioritizing more than fifty pieces of legislation.
Addressing Tennessee’s Litter Problem at the General Assembly
On September 16, expert panelists organized by the Tennessee Advisory Commission on...
Collaborate Our Way to No Litter
Opinion article by Michael Butler, CEO of Tennessee Wildlife Federation, as it appeared in the Murfreesboro Post. Here’s the least controversial statement you’ll read today: We need to solve...
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.
Conservation Wins at the Tennessee General Assembly
This past legislative session, Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s conservation policy team was hard at work being your voice and monitoring more than 30 bills and rules that would impact our wildlife, waters, and wild places.
Comprehensive, Statewide Litter Pollution Study Underway
Tennessee's litter problem outweighs the $15 million taxpayers spend annually to clean it up. Upcoming litter study marks first fresh progress in decades. The Tennessee Advisory Commission on...
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.
Why We’re Tackling Litter in Tennessee
Tennessee’s litter problem has gone unchecked for too long. While much is being done to clean up our state every day, we need a more comprehensive approach to address the scale of Tennessee’s litter...
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.
Candidates for U.S. Senate Talk Conservation
With the retirement of Senator Alexander, the race is on to become Tennessee’s next senator. Know Candidates’ Views Before Voting November 3 Alexander long advocated for Tennessee’s wildlife and...
Conservation Wins at General Assembly
Engaged supporters like you make all the difference for conservation policy work. For nearly three-quarters of a century, Tennessee Wildlife Federation has been on Capitol Hill monitoring bills that...
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