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Partnering For A More Pedestrian-Friendly City

A safer city from the pedestrian perspective is the promise of a new partnership between the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Center for Urban Informatics and Progress, the Chattanooga Department of Transportation and two global leaders in ...

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The Roadless Rule became law 20 years ago today. The bedrock conservation policy halted commercial logging and the building of new roads across nearly 60 million remote acres of national forests ... Read more

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Tennessee State Parks had an economic impact of $1.84 billion in Tennessee in 2020 and welcomed 34.7 million visits, according to a report done for the Tennessee Department of Environment ... Read more

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For the past decade, Outdoor Chattanooga has hosted a series of free winter workshops designed to teach people a variety of outdoor skills in a classroom-based setting. The goal is to inspire and ... Read more

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Hunting season is under way. And for the holidays, hunters can help families who have been economically hard-hit by the pandemic put food on the table by donating whole deer. One in 7 Tennesseans struggles with food insecurity, and the COVID-19 ... Read more

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Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation leaders today lauded a year of significant strides in capital projects at Tennessee State Parks in 2020 despite the COVID-19 pandemic, with even ... Read more

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Camping in the last two months reached historic highs in Tennessee State Parks. The parks saw 62,124 nights camping in October, a one-month record for camping stays in the system, topping the mark of 57,472 nights set in June 2020. November saw ... Read more

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