Outdoor America 2013, Issue 4
IN THIS ISSUE: Theodore Roosevelt and the Hunt That Changed America * The State – and Fate – of Prairie * Youth Activity: Stream Creature Construction * The Kankakee River and Its Lost Marsh * A Shot Too Far? * Conservation in Controversial Times
Bringing Back the Bobwhite
The trademark mating whistle of “bob-bob-white” was once commonly heard across 38 states — from Nebraska to Texas, Pennsylvania to Florida, and the states in-between. Today, almost an entire generation of Americans has grown up without hearing the call. What happened to the bobwhites?
Outdoor America 2013, Issue 3
IN THIS ISSUE: IWLA Strategic Plan Approved: Chapter delegates unanimously approved a new, five-year strategic plan * 2013 National Convention: “Conservation for Tomorrow” was a fitting theme * Bringing Back the Bobwhite: Almost an entire generation has grown up without hearing the call of the bobwhite * Hunting for Outdoor Space: Thanks to federal conservation programs, we can hunt — and more — on public lands
From the Fast-Moving Fifties to the "Sensible" Sixties
The 1950s and 1960s were filled with significant shifts in American life. This period started with the Cold War and ended with Woodstock. In...
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
Nature Playscapes: Bringing the "wild" back to the child
Today’s children engage in exponentially more screen time than green time. Yet the true value of learning about one’s world through hands-on discovery cannot be duplicated by sitting indoors in front of a screen or by engaging in unimaginative, repetitive play on manufactured equipment.
Waltonians (October 1924)
Williamson H. Dilg (1867-1927) was one of the 54 founders of the Izaak Walton League of America and served as the organization’s first national...
Time To Call a Halt (August 1922)
When Volume I, Number 1, of the League's magazine appeared in August 1922, this explosive editorial was featured on the front cover.
Outdoor America Spring 2012
IN THIS ISSUE: 90 Years of Conservation Success: From the Jazz Age to a World War II * The 2012 Farm Bill: Conserving America’s Future * Nature Playscapes: Bringing the “Wild” Back to the Child * 2012 IWLA National Convention Preview
The Roaring 20s: A Call To Action (Part of the IWLA 90th Anniversary series)
You can track the history of the League through the advances
in wildlife and natural resource conservation in the past nine
decades. Often, those tracks lead to historic turning points
when Ikes helped craft key legislation and saved critical water
and land resources. Here’s how the story started.
Outdoor America Winter 2012
IN THIS ISSUE: Time To Call a Halt, by Emerson Hough (August 1922) *
Waltonians, by Will H. Dilg (October 1924) * 90 Years of Conservation Success/The Roaring 20s: A Call to Action * Eat Locally: Local Farms Benefit Local Wildlife and Economies
Outdoor America: Fall 2011
IN THIS ISSUE: Seeds of Destruction: Hunters can help stop the spread of invasive species * Fishing for Answers: The Susquehanna River is losing its smallmouth bass population * The World at 7 Billion: Is it possible to protect the wild places we love in an ever-growing world? * League Lines * And much more....
Outdoor America Summer 2011
IN THIS ISSUE: Hunting for Hunters: The League is setting its sights on recruiting new hunters -- to conserve outdoor America and benefit the economy * 2011 National Convention Highlights: From award-winning Ikes to outstanding conservation speakers, get the scoop on this year's convention in Des Moines * It's Easy Being "Green": You can live a healthier life and promote your love of the outdoors with five simple steps
Outdoor America Spring 2011
IN THIS ISSUE: Trade Wars: Will nutrient trading save or spoil our streams? * Easing Into Conservation: Conservation easements provide a win-win for landowners * Damaged Delta: Manmade changes to the Mississippi River are sinking coastal wetlands.
Outdoor America Winter 2011
IN THIS ISSUE: Battling for Survival: America's bats are losing the battle against White Nose Syndrome; Casting for Recovery: Program brings breast cancer survivors together; Shooting for Membership Growth: Using shooting sports to grow chapter membership; Getting Utilities to Work for Their Customers: Energy efficiency and conservation don't have to be at odds.
Outdoor America Fall 2010
In This Issue: "The Terrible Ten": Ten of the most destructive invasive species and how to slow their spread; "Crop Mob: Will Work for Food": Volunteers can help sustain family farms and the environment; "Turning Up the Water Pressure": How population growth is straining the world's most vital resource
Outdoor America Summer 2010
In This Issue: To Bee or Not To Bee (Our Pollinators in Peril) * Geocaching Gets Families Into the Great Outdoors * 2010 IWLA National Convention Wrapup * BP, Gulf Wetlands, and You
Outdoor America Spring 2010
In This Issue: "Asian Carp: A Hungry Invader Eating Its Way to the Great Lakes"; "Will We Sacrifice Our Water for Gas?" (Marcellus shale); 2010 National Convention Preview: "Preserving America's Wilderness"
Outdoor America Winter 2010
In this issue: "Clean Water at a Crossroads," National Wildlife Refuge System -- recreation opportunities and funding challenges, and "The Mighty Mississippi: All Locked Up." Other topics include keeping green energy "green" and the trend toward leasing land for huting and fishing.
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