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The Eelgrass Battle

TVA and its partners are working to wrangle an invasive species of eelgrass at Guntersville Reservoir.

Hands-on History

Fall festivals offer all ages an immersive experience in Native American culture.

TVA Helps Build Photo Ark

National Geographic aims to document 20,000 species worldwide—and the Valley region is fertile ground for exploration.

A Timeless Power

Since its earliest days, TVA has harnessed water resources to help generate the region’s electricity.

Lifeblood of a Legacy

TVA helps farmers carefully manage water resources, ensuring a sustainable supply for generations to come.

Trails for Trout

TVA partners with organizations to improve waterway access for native trout species at Wolf Creek.

Eager Learners Venture Into Nature

TVA and Discover Life in America co-host the annual BioBlitz, where visitors young and old learn about the magic of plant and animal life.

Protectors of the Past

Discovery and preservation are hallmarks of archaeology. But modern archaeologists are also expert relationship builders, working with many partners to preserve the past.

Wilson Dam Legacy Lives On

Work on TVA’s largest hydro facility will extend the life of this longtime power producer.

A Tale of Two Upgrades

Melton Hill and Fort Loudoun dams will provide clean energy for years to come thanks to significant repairs.

Outdoor Magic

TVA Natural Resources partners with Bridge Chattanooga to offer opportunities for youth to enjoy nature’s treasures.

Dams Take Center Stage

Experts gather to share knowledge about dam construction and operation as they focus on protecting communities.

Raccoon Mountain Upgrade Underway

Work continues on TVA’s unique pumped storage facility to ensure its clean power is available 24/7 and in extreme weather conditions for years to come.

Fish are Friends

Those who enjoy fishing at Douglas Lake will soon have even better fishing stories to tell thanks to efforts to refresh and improve the underwater habitat.

Wild for Wildflowers

TVA's annual guided wildflower walks along the Clinch River near Norris Dam allow people to enjoy a nice hike while learning about native trees and plants and the region's biodiversity.

Bassmaster Classic Showcases Area Biodiversity

Attendees of the Bassmaster Classic Expo were treated to a close-up view of native fish species in TVA's 750-gallon mobile aquarium, highlighting the Valley's biodiversity and TVA's stewardship efforts.

Protecting a Biodiversity Hotspot

TVA is partnering with The Nature Conservancy and other organizations to improve the water quality at Paint Rock River, Alabama’s most diverse watershed and home to several endangered species .

Hatchery’s Hail Mary Makes Homecoming Possible

Armed with snorkels and Super Glue, TVA and other members of a fish conservation partnership ventured into the Nantahala National Forest to help re-establish rare mollusks there.

New Study Shows Walking in Nature Makes You Feel Better

Walking in nature not only lifts the mood and relieves stress, a new study shows it may help some with major depression. TVA maintains over 180 miles of trails for enjoyable, cost-free therapy.

Ethnobotanist Preserves Tribal History on TVA Lands

Roger Cain, a Cherokee ethnobotanist, discusses his efforts to preserve river cane and other native plants and partnering with TVA on future conservation efforts.