In the observance of Thanksgiving, this great land seems merely a backdrop to the all-important objective of reaching some particular place to eat roast turkey dinner.
As American duck hunters go afield across the country, the U.S. Senate voted to repeal common-sense protections for wetlands, streams, and other waters vital to outdoor recreation and America’s economy.
In late October, League members from Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, and Virginia traveled to Capitol Hill to urge their Senators and Representatives to support implementation of the "clean water rule."
One of the easiest ways to donate to the Izaak Walton League of America is by contributing through EarthShare in your workplace charity campaign.
One of the greatest benefits of outdoor education programs is that they create memorable moments that can mold students into lifelong outdoor stewards.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund has helped conserve 3 million acres of land and water at the state level and more than 29,000 outdoor recreation projects. Will the Fund be available to support outdoor recreation opportunities in the future?
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