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about us overview history board & staff conservation achievement awards contact issues ceo blog results public lands transfer recovering america’s wildlife act land and water conservation fund special reports programs conservation policy hunters for the hungry scholastic clay target program habitat conservation youth hunting & fishing get involved act now choose a twf specialty plate hatfield knob elk viewing tower your wildlife shop canvas prints latest news donate 0shopping cart$0.00-->facebooktwitterinstagramyoutube what's on your vehicle?learn more about our plates here!building lifelong outdoorsmen and women through volunteering the federation holds its second hunt master hunt. click to learn more.recovering america's wildlife actwhat does it do and why do we need it? click here.wildlife canvas prints click here for more information. our programs conservation policy hunters for the hungry tn scholastic clay target program habitat conservation twf youth hunting & fishing current issues — how we stand recovering america’s wildlife act for. the blue ribbon panel on sustaining america’s diverse fish and wildlife resources, comprised of national business and conservation leaders, convened in 2015 to recommend a new mechanism to sustainably fund fish and wildlife conservation. in march 2016, the panel recommended that a $1.3 billion trust fund be created using existing fees from energy and mineral development on federal lands and water to support implementation of state wildlife action plans in every state, territory and the district of columbia. read more here. public lands transfer against. we believe that americans depend on our national forests, parks, wildlife refuges and other federal lands to provide fish and wildlife habitat and access to places to hunt, fish, and enjoy the outdoors. the iconic landscapes of america’s public lands also sustain our economy by supporting an outdoor recreation industry that generates $646 billion in economic benefit annually and supports 6.1 million jobs—and attracting tourists from around the nation. our public lands, therefore, should not be transferred to state and private ownership. read more here. crab orchard wind farm against. at first glance, wind farms seem like a no-brainer for those of us concerned about our environment and natural resources, right? you would think so. but under closer scrutiny, wind farms don’t hold up so well, and there’s one being proposed in our own cumberland county, tennessee. read mike butler’s article about it here. media this tennessee’s wild side episode features a fascinating profile of tennessee conservation legends and best friends tony campbell and mitchell parks. featured video read tennessee out-of-doors now! stories include a feature on how kids at cookeville’s mustard seed ranch are helping their community through hunters for the hungry, the hatfield knob elk viewing tower, and more, as well as a brand-new section devoted to birding in tennessee. click here to read. social media news & editorial frontpage article, general blog, news twf organizes cwd summit to develop national response2 comments/february 22, 2017 tennessee wildlife federation, in partnership with national…read more → https://tnwf.org/tennesseewf/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/cwdsummit-poster-web.jpg 1000 1000 kate hill https://tnwf.org/tennesseewf/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/tennessee-wildlife-federation-logo.png kate hill2017-02-22 18:28:522017-02-28 15:14:17twf organizes cwd summit to develop national responseceo blog, frontpage article crab orchard wind farm — are we considering all the costs?26 comments/june 9, 2016the truth is that the impacts of wind farms are significant, and they are decidedly not positive for tennessee’s environment and wildlife. if you look at the 23 wind turbines proposed for cumberland county, each 600 feet tall – three times the height of neyland stadium, with blades as long as a foot ball field – and plainly visible from 1-40 and the surrounding area, you begin to understand the scope.read more → https://tnwf.org/tennesseewf/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/red-kite-with-broken-wing-awaiting-slow-death-under-wind-turbine-–-courtesy-of-gurelur.jpg 507 763 mark johnson https://tnwf.org/tennesseewf/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/tennessee-wildlife-federation-logo.png mark johnson2016-06-09 10:22:132016-06-27 11:07:04crab orchard wind farm — are we considering all the costs?ceo blog, frontpage article after 30 years, now is the time for tennessee’s great outdoors2 comments/march 10, 2016the last time the state of tennessee went through a process to determine the challenges and opportunities facing our state’s natural resources, i was a junior in high school and ronald reagan was president. in 1985, president reagan asked then tennessee gov. lamar alexander to chair the president's commission on “americans outdoors” and challenged the commission to assess the status of our natural resources and the availability of outdoor recreational pursuits for the next generation of americans and make recommendations to ensure the continued availability of such pursuits.read more → https://tnwf.org/tennesseewf/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/sunsetheroncrop.jpg 621 1494 mark johnson https://tnwf.org/tennesseewf/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/tennessee-wildlife-federation-logo.png mark johnson2016-03-10 09:59:552016-03-10 10:14:32after 30 years, now is the time for tennessee’s great outdoorspage 1 of 6123›» click here for more of the latest twf news subscribe to our e-newsletter today! keep current on issues and news related to tennessee’s wildlife and natural resources by subscribing to our quarterly newsletter.  we might also send you an occasional email regarding a time-sensitive issue or unexpected news. remember: your email address is safe with us! first name last name email i accept your privacy terms about us overview privacy policy contact us contact us donate make a donation © 2013 tennessee wildlife federation (615) 353-1133 300 orlando ave, nashville, tennessee 37209 scroll to top


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