A family canoes a scenic water trail along the Northern Forest Canoe Trail in northern New Hampshire, where fishing, swimming, and viewing wildlife is on the agenda.
Grab your kids, the grandkids – even the neighbor's kids – and start planning a road trip to the League’s national convention. There will be something for every member of the family!
Whether you're trying to figure out what insects will entice fish to bite or how to keep them from biting you, here's the latest buzz on bugs.
Several years ago, the Alexandria Chapter started looking into expanding their 5-stand shotgun range to include a certified trap range. Two chapter members were primarily responsible for bringing this idea to fruition.
The Central Ohio Chapter’s efforts to improve air and water quality are taking root through a project to rebuild a riparian buffer on Alum Creek.
In 2015, the Alexandria Chapter in Virginia received a $25,000 grant from the IWLA Endowment for a very ambitious watershed conservation project.
For long-time Izaak Walton League member Dave Zieverink, living a life dedicated to conservation and outdoor adventure are goals he works toward everyday. So leaving a generous estate gift to the League was a perfect fit.
Can you take a photo? Then you can take the first step in our Clean Water Challenge!
League chapters are accomplishing great things in their communities. If we can add up these accomplishments, we can tell a compelling story about the League’s impact!
To support the League’s Clean Water Challenge to monitor 100,000 more stream sites by 2022 the League created a Save Our Streams (SOS) Coordinator position.
IWLA National Conservation Scholarships support undergraduates who are studying conservation or environment-related programs such as forestry, ecology, and natural resource management.
The League’s newest national award, the Shooting Sports Award, will recognize individuals and organizations that have done outstanding work to advance the shooting sports.
The League created an online tool last year that allows any chapter to easily customize and print high-quality, tri-fold brochures for membership marketing.
Two of the League’s ongoing goals are to enhance our use of electronic resources and use dues dollars in the most effective way possible.
On March 16, President Trump released his budget outline, which reflects the broad priorities of the administration.
The League is concerned about the Army Corps of Engineers’ preferred alternative for Missouri River recovery and submitted detailed comments asking the Corps to consider other recovery actions.
In February, Congress passed and President Trump signed legislation repealing the Stream Protection Rule.
Fighting for clean water and healthy wetlands has been a part of the Izaak Walton League mission since day one.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service office in North Dakota improperly changed its wetland conservation policy, which reduced the total acreage of wetlands eligible for protection in that state by an estimated 75 percent!
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