Since 1946, Tennessee Wildlife Federation has been protecting our wild places and things and connecting people with the great outdoors.
Always remember that Tennessee’s wildlife is YOUR wildlife. This is not just a catch phrase. The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation was established in American case law of the 1860s when the creation of the “Seven Sisters of Conservation” (see the sidebar) by sportsmen and women began in earnest.
Simply put, Tennessee’s wildlife is YOUR wildlife! It is the responsibility of ALL Tennesseans who love our state’s incredible natural resources and wild places to help keep them intact for the generations that come after us. Tennessee Wildlife Federation acts as the “tip of the spear” of conservation in the Volunteer State, but only together can we keep our wild places wild, our animal populations thriving, and our access to the Great Outdoors unimpeded.
Be a part of this important mission.