- 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.
- Hunters and Anglers: Supporting Our Nation's Economy and Conservation Hunting and fishing are not simply traditions or hobbies – they are fundamental components of our nation’s economy.
- Turning Up the Water Pressure Steps big and small need to be taken to better conserve and more equitably divide the world’s water to irrigate our farms, grow our communities, and sustain future generations.
- Asian Carp: A Hungry Invader Asian carp have migrated more than 1,000 miles from the Mississippi River watershed to the doorstep of Lake Michigan. Will this invasive fish turn the Great Lakes into carp lakes? (Outdoor America, Spring 2010)
- Clean Water at a Crossroads
- Resolution to Separate Great Lakes Basin from Mississippi River Basin Separate the Great Lakes Basin from the Mississippi River Basin to Stop the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species The Izaak Walton...