Outdoor America Spring 2009
Outdoor America is the award-winning quarterly membership magazine of the Izaak Walton League of America. Each issue is filled with entertaining and educational articles about the exciting conservation work of IWLA members, as well as stunning photography. We also provide in-depth coverage of broader conservation subjects such as national energy policy, sprawl, and wetland loss. To begin receiving Outdoor America, become a League member.
10 Ways to Recruit and Retain
Members for Your Chapter
Don't Waste This Opportunity
We may not get a second chance to protect America's waters.
By Mike Williams, National President
A Watershed Event
The 40th anniversary of SOS offers an opportunity to reflect on past achievements while charting a course for the future.
By David Hoskins, IWLA Executive Director
On a Roll
By Jason McGarvey
Thinking Like a Mountain
Navigating the Maize
The decisions we make about biofuels today will shape - for better or worse - America's energy future.
By Jim Kleinschmit and Julia Olmstead
When it comes to urban wildlife management, there's a debate between what works and what's ethical.
By David Hart, Field Editor
The new administration should end mountaintop removal mining once and for all.
By Ted Williams
Community-based conservation at work
Hooks & Bulletins
Program & policy news