Your Help Needed To Restore Clean Water Act Protections
For nearly 90 years, the Izaak Walton League and our members have worked to protect and conserve clean water. Today, we have a critical opportunity to provide our support for restoring Clean Water Act protections for streams and wetlands nationwide.
EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers have proposed new policy to restore Clean Water Act protections for our nation's waters. These waters are threatened by Supreme Court decisions that are chipping away at the bedrock protections the Clean Water Act provided for streams and wetlands, drinking water supplies, and outdoor recreation. This new policy, which is open for public comment now, is based on sound science and will restore long-standing protections for some of these waters.
The League and our members have been working hard to restore the Clean Water Act. This action by EPA and the Corps is a small, but important, victory in our fight. Now, it's up to us to support the proposal during the public comment period. Support from League members and other Americans who hunt, fish, and enjoy the outdoors will make a difference.
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