​Conservation

Turn World Water Monitoring Day into Water Monitoring for a Lifetime

As I packed my car with stream monitoring equipment for a new training workshop, it got me thinking about the connections between clean water and outdoor recreation. I wondered: why is there only one World Water Monitoring Day when we should be monitoring water quality all year long?

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Connecting Kids with Clean Water and the Outdoors

There are countless benefits from outdoor learning and unstructured time outside. Whether you are a youth program leader, teacher, camp counselor, Scout leader, or parent, the League offers a range of ways to get youth outdoors and involved in clean water.

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League Chapters and Divisions Speak Up for Clean Water

The League and NINETY-TWO (92) of our chapters and divisions joined sportsmen’s and conservation groups from across the country in urging the EPA and Corps not to repeal the Clean Water Rule.

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​Outdoor Recreation

Insider Info: Bug Basics

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.

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River Rats: A Family Canoeing Adventure

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.

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A Roadmap for the Future of Hunting and Shooting Sports

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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