The League's Conservation Policies Handbook has been updated following adoption of resolutions by delegates at the 2016 national convention. New policies address a range of topics, included polluted runoff from farms, pollinator health, climate change, and unregulated harvest of fish from public waters for use in for-profit fishing operations.
The League's conservation policies, adopted by our members over many years, guide League staff and members in their work on conservation and outdoor recreation issues at the local, state, and national levels.
You can read the complete Conservation Policies Handbook on the League website
. For details on the resolutions passed at this year's national convention, visit our 2016 convention page