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We're here for
Tennessee wildlife conservation habitat hunters and anglers biodiversity wild places connecting to nature

We are advocates, educators, and boots-on-the-ground conservationists who work to ensure everyone has sustainable access. to the outdoors. You can support the fight for our wildlife. and wild places by donating today.

Issues & Advocacy

LITTER

Prevent Litter, Preserve the Land We Love

Tennessee has a pollution problem. Litter affects wildlife, agriculture, recreation, and much more—all of which lead to negative impacts on Tennessee’s economy, health, and wild places. It’s time for a change that addresses the root of the problem. 

Prevent Litter

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Fish & Wildlife
Land & Habitat
Outdoor Pursuits
Streams, Rivers & Wetlands

Volunteer

Join our mission to help Tennessee's wildlife and wild places.

Whether it's in the field, administrative, or event support, there is an opportunity for you.

Give

Donate to support wild Tennessee and our great outdoors.

Your generosity helps manage wildlife populations and restore habitats for a more vibrant Tennessee.

SPEAK OUT

Let your lawmakers know conservation is important to you.

Help lead Tennessee's wildlife and habitat conservation movement by making your voice heard.

Outdoor Recreation & Education

hunters for the hungry

Give Back By Hunting

Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry program feeds Tennesseans in need by providing hunger relief organizations, such as food banks and soup kitchens, with venison donated by generous deer hunters. It allows hunters to do what they love, donate venison, and give back to their communities.

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Hunting and Fishing Academy

Learn to Hunt and Fish

Engage with nature while supporting conservation. Sportsmen and women play a vital role in fish and wildlife conservation in Tennessee. Tennessee Wildlife Federation enthusiastically works to recruit and develop the next generation of hunters, anglers, and conservationists of all ages to keep the movement strong and effective.

Scholastic Clay Target Program

Introduce Youth to Sporting and Conservation

Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry program feeds Tennesseans in need by providing hunger relief organizations, such as food banks and soup kitchens, with venison donated by generous deer hunters. It allows hunters to do what they love, donate venison, and give back to their communities.

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Habitats We Restore

Forests

Grasslands

Streams & Rivers

Wetlands

Get the latest conservation news and actions to take!

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Make Your gift for tennessee's wildlife and great outdoors.

Tennessee's wildlife, water, and wild places are under more pressure than any time in decades. Conservationists like you make all the difference.

By 2025, Tennessee Wildlife Federation aims to

Restore

250K

Acres of precious wetlands in the something region

Raise

$4M

For waterstream testing and something in the Cumberland River

Conserve

400

Acres. ofold growth forest across Middle Tennessee

Regrow

32K

Some kind of goal for grasslands restoration somewhere in the state

Say Hello!

Tennessee Wildlife Federation is an independent nonprofit dedicated to the conservation of the state's wildlife, water, and wild places.

If you have specific concerns about hunting or fishing licenses, regulations, or wildlife on your property, contact TWRA, the state wildlife agency.

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Visit Our Headquarters

Tennessee Wildlife Federation
300 Orlando Ave, Nashville, TN 37209

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Upcoming Events

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Event Sponsorship

Financially sponsor an annual Tennessee Wildlife event. (We'll promote your brand on all the marketing materials.

Event Sponsorship

Financially sponsor an annual Tennessee Wildlife event. (We'll promote your brand on all the marketing materials.

Event Sponsorship

Financially sponsor an annual Tennessee Wildlife event. (We'll promote your brand on all the marketing materials.

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Make Your Gift for Tennessee's Wildlife and Great Outdoors.

As more people move to Tennessee, our wildlife, waters, and wild places are in need of allies across the state.

Conservationists like you make all the difference.

Your support helps conserve wildlife and restore habitats for a more vibrant Tennessee. You can make sure legislators in Nashville and D.C. don't forget our wildlife, water, and wild places and their importance to Tennesseans' values and way of life. And your gift gets the next generation outdoor, so they learn to cherish and fight for it when their turn comes.

 

Yes! I will make a recurring gift to support the Federation’s strategic efforts to make sure our wildlife, water, and wild places continue to thrive.

Did you Know?

18.4

Million

pounds of carp removed from the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers since September 2018.

Source: Tennessee Carp Harvest Incentive Program.

60K

Miles

of streams and rivers flow across our Volunteer State. Invasive carp have spread from the Mississippi River system to the Tennessee and Cumberland River systems.

$25

Million

secured by Tennessee Wildlife Federation and other groups to fight carp throughout the Mississippi River Basin. We're working hard to do it again.

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