A field full of pink flowers in bloom.
Coneflowers A field full of Tennessee coneflowers at Couchville Cedar Glade State Natural Area © Byron Jorjorian

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Tennessee Publications

Get the latest conservation news from the Volunteer State.

Tennessee Year in Review

2023

We're Making a Difference

Tennessee Field Notes

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    Tennessee Nature News Spring 2024

    Newsletter

    The Nature Conservancy reports on conservation accomplishments taking place in Tennessee.

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  • A newsletter cover features a child's hand holding a small turtle.

    Tennessee Field Notes Winter 2023

    The Nature Conservancy publishes a bi-annual newsletter to share conservation news from Tennessee.

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  • Tennessee Nature News Fall 2023

    The Nature Conservancy reports on conservation accomplishments taking place in Tennessee.

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  • A newsletter cover features people with backpacks walking over a foot bridge.

    Tennessee Field Notes Summer 2023

    The Nature Conservancy publishes a bi-annual newsletter to share Tennessee conservation news with you.

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Making Headlines

Our work in Tennessee gains national attention.

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    Brave Wilderness

    YouTube's Brave Wilderness featured TNC’s efforts to combat white-nose syndrome in Tennessee’s gray bats. Watch Now

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    Purple Martins in the News

    New York Times writer Margaret Renkl wrote an essay about Nashville’s summer Purple Martin roost. Read the Story

Nature Conservancy Magazine Features

  • A magazine cover features a man standing in a cave wearing a helmet and safety glasses.

    Up from the Underground

    Magazine Feature

    Nature Conservancy Magazine highlighted Tennessee’s cave restoration work on the cover of its Fall 2023 issue.

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  • The cover of a magazine article features a photo of yellow lights of fireflies lighting up a dark night sky.

    Firefly Frenzy

    The Nature Conservancy's work in Tennessee benefits a unique firefly species found at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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  • Carbon School

    Feature Story

    Nature Conservancy magazine features our partnership with the University of Tennessee.

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