Through public policy, we have moved wildlife from teetering on the edge to the treasure it is today.
The Federation is effective because we seek common-sense solutions in D.C. and Nashville, with federal and state agencies, and behind the scenes. Those solutions include the formation of what became the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (1949), securing the passage of the Tennessee Water Pollution Control Act (1972), leading the passage of the Right to Hunt and Fish Constitutional Amendment (2010), and so much more.
Tennessee is overflowing with people who are passionate about wildlife and the great outdoors. Our history tells us that, when we speak with one voice, we can accomplish anything for Tennessee’s wildlife and wild places.
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