FeaturedConservation Currents March 2015
IN THIS ISSUE: More South Dakota Adventures at IWLA National Convention, Virginia Volunteers Work to Save Our Streams, New Initiative Aims to Get Kids Outdoors, League Asks USDA for Accuracy in Wetland Determinations, Sportsmen's Act Reintroduced with League Support, Conservation Easement Incentive Act Passed in House, Last Call for Tobin and Defender Award Nominations, Last Chance for IWLA Scholarships : : MORE
Outdoor America Winter 2015 (Issue 1)
IN THIS ISSUE: Franken-Deer: Genetically manipulated animals and canned hunts threaten North American hunting * Becoming a Locavore: Your backyard can nourish your family -- and your community * Policy Pulse: League conservation policies old and new have recently gotten some unexpected attention
IWLA Conservation Policies
This guide summarizes official positions developed by the Izaak Walton League over more than 90 years of work on conservation issues.
IWLA Strategic Plan: A Roadmap for the Future
The League engaged members across the country in creating a new strategic plan for the organization. We are pleased to provide you with the final plan, which League delegates approved at our 2013 national convention.
New Initiative Aims To Get Kids Outdoors
By Rebecca Wadler Lase, IWLA Conservation Education Associate Having the opportunity to get outside and experience nature at a young age is...
Creek Freaks & Stream Discovery Workshop: Elgin, IL (May 16-17)
The Izaak Walton League and National Great River Research and Education Center are joining forces to deliver a comprehensive water education and stream monitoring workshop for educators of all kinds! (Preregistration required)
Creek Freaks Workshop: Sioux Falls, SD (June 1-2)
Have you been looking for a way to share your love of the outdoors with kids in your community? We have the answer: CREEK FREAKS! Join us for a two-day workshop that will give you all the tools you need to hold your own youth events. Preregistration required.
2015 IWLA National Convention
Whether you are a new member or have been part of the League for decades, this is your best opportunity to meet Ikes from around the country and take part in the League's democratic process. You don't have to be an official delegate to attend the convention. It's open to EVERY League member.