Saturday, February 29, 2020

Statewide Spring Recruiting Day Tool Box

TNSCTP
Spring Statewide Recruiting Day
Tool Box
Coaches,

Are you looking for a few athletes to finish out your rosters for 2019/2020?

We know that practices and competitions have started and that many teams may not be able to hold another Recruiting Day this season, but we wanted to give you the tools any way.

Below are fillable posters and yard signs along with a sign-up check-in sheet.  If your team is able to hold a recruiting day this spring, please let us know.

And remember that all Rookies (5th Grade and below) are free to join Tennessee SCTP this year.

If your team would like to hold a recruiting day, fill out the form below and submit the check-in sheet after the even.  Tennessee SCTP will reimburse each site that has a recruiting day, $5/athlete (in the form of Academy gift cards) to help cover targets and ammo.


Tool Box:
Please let us know if you have any questions about this fun and rewarding event!

Sincerely,
Tennessee Wildlife Federation team
M. Andrew Peercy
Tennessee SCTP Manager
(615) 353-1133 Ext. 209 
(615) 283-0627 
Dylan Owens
Program Coordinator
(615) 353-1133 Ext. 222 
(615) 283-0627 
J.W. Worthen
Director of Programs
(615) 353-1133 Ext. 207
(731) 988-6427

TENNESSEE WILDLIFE FEDERATION
300 Orlando Ave.
Nashville, TN 37209
(615) 353-1133

Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program is a program of Tennessee Wildlife Federation. Founded in 1946, the Federation is one of the oldest and largest conservation nonprofits in Tennessee that champions our land, waters, and great outdoors.
 
For more information visit our website!

 
Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program, 300 Orlando Avenue, Nashville, TN 37209

Friday, February 28, 2020

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You've been selected!

Hunting and Fishing Academy
Turkey Hunt weekend March 27-29
Congratulations Blog family!

You have been selected to attend a Hunting and Fishing Academy experience in La Follette, TN on March 27-29. 

You and your parent/guardian will learn to turkey hunt with highly-trained volunteers and Hunting and Fishing Academy staff members in Tennessee’s great outdoors. 

To register and pay for the experience, please click here. Registration is open until March 6, 2020. If registration is not completed by the deadline your spot being will be given to the next participant in line. 

Once you have registered, your Hunt Master, Mary Lynn, will contact you to get acquainted and provide more hunt details! 

Packing checklist

To help you plan for the weekend, we have prepared a turkey hunt checklist. The checklist items are recommendations (except where noted otherwise), but we have found these help make your weekend more enjoyable. 

Take a moment and please review the turkey hunting regulations in the current Tennessee Hunting & Trapping Guide prior to the hunt.

Please do not hesitate to contact a Hunting and Fishing Academy staff member with any questions that you may have! We’re here to help you get ready!

Thank you,

Tennessee Wildlife Federation 

*To receive a refund, cancellations must be made at least seven days in advance of the event. Please contact a program staff member to request a cancellation.

*If the minimum number of participants is not reached at least seven days in advance of the event, the Federation reserves the right to cancel the event and issue refunds to those who have registered.
Questions?
Contact a member of our team.
Taylor Martin
Hunting and Fishing Academy Manager
(731) 446-6004
Chris Hearn
West Tennessee Field Representative
(731) 267-1190
Jeb Beasley
East Tennessee Field Representative
(615) 925-9182
This is an advertisement/solicitation from Tennessee Wildlife Federation.

You've been selected!

Hunting and Fishing Academy
Turkey Hunt weekend March 27-29
Congratulations Blog family!

You have been selected to attend a Hunting and Fishing Academy experience in Decatur, TN on March 27-29. 

You and your parent/guardian will learn to turkey hunt with highly-trained volunteers and Hunting and Fishing Academy staff members in Tennessee’s great outdoors. 

To register and pay for the experience, please click here. Registration is open until March 6, 2020. If registration is not completed by the deadline your spot being will be given to the next participant in line. 

Once you have registered, your Hunt Master, Heath Cable, will contact you to get acquainted and provide more hunt details! 

Packing checklist

To help you plan for the weekend, we have prepared a turkey hunt checklist. The checklist items are recommendations (except where noted otherwise), but we have found these help make your weekend more enjoyable. 

Take a moment and please review the turkey hunting regulations in the current Tennessee Hunting & Trapping Guide prior to the hunt.

Please do not hesitate to contact a Hunting and Fishing Academy staff member with any questions that you may have! We’re here to help you get ready!

Thank you,

Tennessee Wildlife Federation 

*To receive a refund, cancellations must be made at least seven days in advance of the event. Please contact a program staff member to request a cancellation.

*If the minimum number of participants is not reached at least seven days in advance of the event, the Federation reserves the right to cancel the event and issue refunds to those who have registered.
Questions?
Contact a member of our team.
Taylor Martin
Hunting and Fishing Academy Manager
(731) 446-6004
Chris Hearn
West Tennessee Field Representative
(731) 267-1190
Jeb Beasley
East Tennessee Field Representative
(615) 925-9182
This is an advertisement/solicitation from Tennessee Wildlife Federation.

Thursday, February 27, 2020

A Father and Son’s New Tradition


The Federation is recruiting more Tennessee families and youth into the great outdoors. 

David and Matthew had never hunted before. That all changed when they signed up for their first experience with the Federation’s Hunting and Fishing Academy. 

Now, the father-and-son duo spend their weekends in the woods hunting on their own.


Forest or field, stream or river—habitat is where conservation starts for wildlife. 

As part of our mission to restore and conserve wetlands, grasslands, forests, and streams, Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Habitat Conservation program has been planting trees across the state.

This is an advertisement/solicitation of Tennessee Wildlife Federation.