Izaak Walton League of America
FeaturedJOB POSTING: Conservation Associate (St Paul, MN)
Interested in conservation and agriculture issues? The League has an opening for a Conservation Associate responsible for public education, media, and grassroots campaigns focused on agriculture. : : MORE
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.
IWLA Conservation Policies
This guide summarizes official positions developed by the Izaak Walton League over more than 90 years of work on conservation issues.
Outdoor America Summer 2014 (Issue 3)
IN THIS ISSUE: IWLA Strategic Plan and Youth: How League chapters are reaching youth – and what they need for the future * Save Our Streams: With a few simple steps, you can help solve America’s water quality problems * 50 Years of Wilderness: Celebrating America’s love affair with wild places
Izaak Walton League Launches New Family Nature Club (9/29/14)
The Izaak Walton League’s new Family Adventures in Nature (FAN) Club – the first of its kind in Montgomery County, Maryland – gives families the opportunity to connect with nature, their own families, and their community.
Overuse of Antibiotics in Agriculture Poses Threats to Human Health
Over the last few decades, the use of antibiotics for purposes other than treating human infections has become widespread throughout agriculture....
Adventures in Education
“Adventure: Mississippi River” aims to inspire students to experience their own adventures, help them understand potential environmental impacts of their everyday actions, and get them engaged in the rich history and diversity of species along the Mississippi River and its immense watershed.
Family Adventures in Nature: Muddy Branch Creek (Oct 19)
Did you know the Muddy Branch Trail in Maryland runs for 9 miles from Route 28 down to the C&O Canal, and can be accessed from many neighborhoods along the way? Join the FAN Club to explore the trail and discuss how families can add nature to your outdoor play time.
Tiny Ikes: Annual Halloween Spooktacular (Oct 29)
Wear your costume and bring a flashlight for our (non-scary) night exploration to learn about the things that go bump in the night. It will be a hoot to discover animals that wake up when it is time for us to go to bed.
Creek Freaks Workshop: Elgin, IL (Nov 1-2)
Creek Freaks are coming to a town near you! Want to start an outdoor education program but don’t know where to start? This two-day training will give you all the tools you need. Preregistration required!
Tiny Ikes: Getting Ready for Winter (Nov 13)
Learn how animals prepare for the coming cold weather and make a treat to share with the animals and help keep their bellies full.
2015 IWLA National Convention
Mark your calendars for July 14-17, 2015!