Benefits of Becoming a League Member
Help us protect America's outdoors. Become a League member today! You will help to support the important conservation and advocacy work of the League and receive these exclusive member benefits:
Outdoor America: You will receive our quarterly magazine with award-winning conservation articles you won't read anywhere else plus advocacy updates and success stories from League members around the country.
Reports and Newsletters: You can also receive several newsletters and reports each year that cover specific issues such as watershed conservation and sustainability education. If you have e-mail access, you can sign up for our electronic newsletter, "Conservation Currents," which offers the latest news from our programs.
Online Advocacy: Through our Web site, you can sign up for Action Alerts to be notified when important legislation needs your support. You can also access our Conservation Action Center, a powerful tool that allows you to contact your elected officials directly.
Discounts and Insurance: Members receive discounts on publications and materials offered by the League and group life insurance.
Chapters: You will be eligible to join one of our many chapters1 or start your own! League chapters, located in more than 260 communities nationwide, offer a way to enjoy local outdoor recreation and conservation projects with friends, families, and neighbors. Find a chapter near you and join today!
JOIN US! Since 1922, the Izaak Walton League has been enjoying and protecting America's outdoors. We need your support to continue. Just $40 a year gets you started. Call 800-IKE-LINE (453-5463) to become an Ike. Thank you!
1Chapter dues vary. Contact 800-IKE-LINE or visit the Chapters Web page to locate the chapter nearest you.
The Izaak Walton League of America, a non-profit conservation organization, is recognized as a Section 501(c)(3) public charity under the Internal Revenue Code. Minimum national dues are $40 for individual and $60 for family memberships, which includes $4 for Outdoor America magazine. Magazine is inseparable from dues. Chapter and Division dues may vary.