Outdoors

5 Convicted In Federal Court Of Illegal Hunting On National Park Property At Lookout Valley


Hunting and trapping is a national pastime and has been since American Indians first settled the mountains and valleys of East Tennessee. Every year, many venture out to private and public lands to hunt game. The US Forest Service allows hunting on 650,000 acres in 10 Tennessee counties, along with the TWRA, which makes 7,000 acres available to the public for hunting. However, not all public land is open to hunting. Chickamauga and Chattanooga ... (click for more)

Cleveland State’s Student Wildlands Adventure Program (SWAP) was nominated for and won the southwest section (Region 3) of the U.S. Forest Service’s Gifford Pinchot Award for Excellence in Interpretation and Conservation Education
Cleveland State’s Student Wildlands Adventure Program (SWAP) was nominated for and won the southwest section (Region 3) of the U.S. Forest Service’s Gifford Pinchot Award for Excellence in Interpretation and Conservation Education

Caymas Boats LLC To Establish Operations In Ashland City

Knoxville Woman Charged With Trying To Interfere With Lawful Bear Hunt



Governor Bill Haslam, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Caymas Boats LLC officials announced on Monday that the boat manufacturing company will establish operations in Ashland City. Caymas Boats plans to invest $30.3 million and create approximately ... (click for more)


A Knoxville woman has been charged with violations related to stealing a bear hunting dog during a hunt in Blount County. In the incident on Nov. 2, Sandra Lucille Inman allegedly interfered with a lawful bear hunt by catching and stealing a bear hunting dog from a Maryville hunter during ... (click for more)



"To Provide A Proper Resting Place: Creating The Chattanooga National Cemetery" Program Set For Dec. 8

Hunters Encouraged To Take Deer To Checking Stations This Saturday For Data Collection And CWD Surveillance

Interior Recycling Bins Available At All Tennessee State Parks


Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, in partnership with the Chattanooga National Cemetery, invites the public to participate in a one-hour program on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 2 p.m., ... (click for more)

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will be collecting deer biological data on the opening day of the rifle season, Nov. 17 at various locations across East Tennessee. Data to be collected ... (click for more)

Visitors to Tennessee State Parks will now be able to use interior recycling bins at all 56 of the state parks in the second phase of improvements to the parks’ recycling program. The bins ... (click for more)


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