Engages high school students and adult volunteers in stream monitoring and conservation in central New York.
Educates and advocates for restoration of our beautiful Great Lakes. Our current focus is stopping aquatic invasive species. Learn more about how you can help us protect and restore this national treasure.
The Upper Mississippi River Basin (UMRB) has been dominant in the direction taken by the Izaak Walton League of America since our founding in 1922. From driving the creation of the Upper Mississippi River Fish and Wildlife Refuge in 1924, to the establishment in 1984 of a permanent UMRB office specifically charged with river protection and agricultural conservation, the course plotted by the League has followed the great river. (Photo courtesy 2008 National Park Service.)
The Izaak Walton League of America, a leader in community-based conservation, is establishing a new initiative dedicated to promoting conservation of the Missouri River resources and watershed within the tri-state region of Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota. More information on this initiative is available here.
Protects and restores a national treasure – the Chesapeake Bay – through citizen engagement and advocacy for strong pollution reduction and restoration strategies.