Say Hello to Stream Selfie! We believe every American has the right to know if their local streams are clean and healthy. Yet there is an alarming lack of up-to-date information about water quality across the country. Stream Selfie is here to help bridge the information gap. Simply snap a photo of a stream that’s important to you and share on our website. LEARN MORE>>>
The president has said that the United States will have the “cleanest water” under his administration – a goal shared by the Izaak Walton League of America. But the administration is directly undermining that goal by repealing the Clean Water Rule.
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!
Can you take a photo? Then you can take the first step in our Clean Water Challenge! Stream Selfie is the first step toward achieving the goal League members set for our organization last year.
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.
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.
Hunting and shooting sports participation have steadily declined over the past several decades. We can all play a part in securing the future of the sports we love.
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