​Conservation

Missouri River Recovery Plan Out for Review

A plan that will chart Missouri River recovery for as much as 50 years is out for public review. The plan would directly impact fish and wildlife, outdoor recreation, and communities along America’s longest river. It is critical that the Izaak Walton League and our members, chapters, and divisions comment on the proposal.

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Endowment: Great Effort To Improve a Great Lake

With support from the Izaak Walton League of America Endowment, the League’s Porter County Chapter is working to ensure that the water flowing into Lake Michigan from northwest Indiana is clean enough to support healthy natural resources.

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Join the Clean Water Challenge

At our national convention in July, attendees brainstormed about the League's next "big idea." The starting point was a simple but important question: what do we want the League to be known for?

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​Outdoor Recreation

The Hidden Hunter

What you wear and where you sit are keys to a successful hunt. Here's how to stay out of sight.

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Caretakers of Our National Parks

Our national parks, monuments, seashores, rivers, and historic sites are maintained, preserved, and even personified by the 22,000 employees and 221,000 volunteers who work at these public places. Get to know some of the people who work for the National Park Service.

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Hunting's New Frontier

Welcome to deer hunting’s new frontier: bowhunting in urban and suburban America, where the whitetails are abundant – and a little more tolerant of human scent.

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