Senator Lamar Alexander | 75 years of Tennessee Wildlife Federation

Aug 16, 2021

Sunset over a field of purple wildflowers.

In celebration of Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s 75th year, Sen. Lamar Alexander shares why he views the Federation as an indispensable advocate for the outdoors. Learn more about our work at tnwf.org/history

Over many decades of service to Tennessee, Sen. Alexander hasn’t lost sight of the importance of his childhood outdoors in and around Great Smoky Mountains National Park and what he can do to preserve that for future generations. 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.



Featured photo by Charlie Curry

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