Featured Event2013 IWLA National Convention (Fredericksburg, VA)
Don’t miss your chance to network with Ikes from across the country, share “what works” in conservation and outdoor recreation projects, vote on conservation policies, and participate in the launch of our five-year strategic plan. You can also download the Officer Nomination Form from this page. : : MORE
Conservation Currents June 2013
IN THIS ISSUE: Your Input Needed on IWLA Draft Strategic Plan * IWLA National Convention: July 23-26 * National Youth Convention * Youth Workshop at IWLA Convention * 2013 Farm Bill Update * League Joins National Hunting and Angling Groups to Issue Conservation Agenda
Outdoor America, 2013 Issue 2
IN THIS ISSUE: Classic Fishing Lures That Have Stood the Test of Time: Designs so successful that they are as popular today as when they were introduced * Restoring America’s River : To save the Mississippi River, we must reexamine our approach to river management * 2013 IWLA National Convention Preview
Wildlife for the 21st Century (Volume IV)
The League and dozens of the nation’s leading hunting, angling, and conservation groups have joined together to make recommendations to President Obama and national policymakers to strengthen conservation, management of fish, wildlife, and habitat, and access to public lands and waters. The recommendations in Wildlife for the 21st Century address a range of issues important to tens of millions of Americans who hunt, fish, and enjoy outdoor recreation. The recommendations also reflect some of the League’s top policy priorities, including restoring Clean Water Act protections to streams and wetlands and ensuring the Farm Bill continues to fund habitat conservation on private lands.
The Clean Water Act: 40 Years of Progress in Peril
In 1972, a long-fought battle spearheaded by the Izaak Walton League and other conservation groups resulted in a Clean Water Act to protect America’s waterways from pollution. Forty years later, the conservation community finds itself facing another battle — this time to protect the Clean Water Act itself.
Izaak Walton League Hires Mike Leahy as Conservation Director (6/10/13)
The Izaak Walton League of America announced today that it has hired Mike Leahy as the organization’s new Conservation Director. Leahy will lead planning and implementation of the League’s national conservation work. He brings to the position more than 18 years of experience at the federal, state, and local levels working on conservation of wildlife, forests, and grasslands; roadless areas; access to public and private lands; and more.
“Green” yards can take on a whole new meaning
Four ways to fight water and air pollution at home and in our communities First, the bad news: The “National Rivers and Streams...