This year, the Federation celebrated 17 individuals and companies from across the state who are conserving our wildlife and wild places.
Turkey Hunting: To Decoy or Not to Decoy?
A simple question that all turkey hunters ask themselves. Depending on the outcome of the hunt, we hunters may mull over the “shoulda, coulda, woulda’s” with turkey decoys for days after the hunt.
Conservation Groups File to Defend Longstanding Clean Water Protections
Clearer, more consistent clean water protections for streams, fisheries, and wetlands that provide habitat and protect communities from storms are at stake.
Cooking Wild Game for the Family
Share your love for the outdoors with those you love.
The Art of Duck Calling
There are numerous calls one can master such as the feed call and the lonesome hen. However, experienced hunters understand that less is more.
Tennessee Needs More Outdoor Writers
As one of the largest organizations in Tennessee dedicated to the conservation of the state’s wildlife and natural resources, Tennessee Wildlife Federation has seen the impact a dedicated outdoor journalist can have on conservation.
Chronic Wasting Disease Secures Needed Support; Expected Passage for CWD Management Act
Congress is expected to pass the CWD Research and Management Act to combat CWD, a contagious and fatal disease affecting deer and elk.
Federation Collaborating With Wildlife Agency To Get More Families Outside Hunting and Fishing
Families are building lasting memories as they enjoy quality time hunting and fishing together.
Demystifying Public Hunting Land Access
Through the Federation’s various educational opportunities from Hunting and Fishing Academy, we have found that access to land is one of the biggest concerns for new hunters.
Like a Duck to Water: Waterfowl Hunting Gear Everyone Needs to Start
If you have ever been hunting, you know what a special connection you feel with nature. But, if not, the Federation is here to take you under our wing.
Michael Butler Looks Back On 20 Years as CEO
It’s been an eventful 20 years for Michael, and he is nowhere near done with his work in conservation.
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