Parker Hired as Director of Development

Tennessee Wildlife Federation is excited to welcome Darren Parker as its Director of Development. Darren brings two decades of experience in fundraising and development and has a keen eye for donor engagement.

Reviving Tennessee: West Fork Drakes Creek

In Sumner County, a collaborative restoration project has transformed 50 acres of less productive farmland into a healthy, functioning stream and wetland ecosystem which includes 4,400 feet of stream in the West Fork Drakes Creek watershed.

Response to Recent Report about CWD

Response to Recent Report about CWD

Making policy decisions around good science and data is how conservationists throughout the 20th century brought back many of our wildlife species—and is a big reason we can all enjoy the outdoors today.

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How Your Donation Improves Conservation

How Your Donation Improves Conservation

When you donate to Tennessee Wildlife Federation, you become a catalyst for change through our programs that focus on the perpetual improvement of conservation, wildlife habitat, recreation, and more all across our beautiful state. 

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Fall Fishing in Tennessee

Fall Fishing in Tennessee

Many anglers tend to put down their rods in the fall and take to the woods to solely focus on deer season. But you shouldn’t be too quick to stow away your fishing gear just yet.

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Johnson Hired as Director of Communications

Johnson Hired as Director of Communications

Award-winning marketer Jim Johnson has joined the Federation as its Director of Communications. Jim brings several years of experience managing communications and marketing for nonprofit organizations in Nashville.

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