Izaak Walton League of America
FeaturedIzaak Walton League Promotes Eric Jensen to Energy Program Director
Jensen will take over the reins of the League’s longstanding Energy Program and be responsible for continuing the League’s important role in Minnesota energy policy while positioning the program for expansion. : : MORE
Conservation Currents January 2015
IN THIS ISSUE: National Convention in South Dakota: Great Faces, Great Places, Rally for Farm Bill Rules, Virginia is for Lovers ... of Streams!, Nationwide Coal Ash Rule Released, Year-End Bill Funds Federal Government - and Does a Whole Lot More, League Supports Missouri River Management Plan, Increased Duck Stamp Fee To Boost Conservation, National Awards Nominations Now Open, IWLA National Scholarship Deadline: April 1
IWLA Chapter Manual
This manual provides you with basic information about the Izaak Walton League and our network of local chapters. It is divided into six major parts, called units, that emphasize important points proven to be valuable in operating a local chapter of the League.
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.
Clean Water Rule Passes Intense Scientific Review; Izaak Walton League Calls for EPA To Finalize Rule (1/16/15)
A science report from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) confirms that streams, wetlands, and other open waters can affect water quality downstream. The Izaak Walton League applauds EPA’s extensive scientific review of water connections and calls on the agency to quickly finalize a pending rule that will restore Clean Water Act protections to streams, wetlands, and other at-risk waters.
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.