In this issue

  • Missouri River Recovery Plan Out for Review

    A plan that will chart Missouri River recovery for as much as 50 years is out for public review. The plan would directly impact fish and wildlife, outdoor recreation, and communities along America’s longest river. It is critical that the Izaak Walton League and our members, chapters, and divisions comment on the proposal.

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  • Now Open: National Awards Nominations

    Show off your volunteers! Nominate members of your chapter for their outstanding work in supporting the League’s mission. Awards include the Tobin Volunteer Appreciation Award and the Defenders Chapter Achievement Award.

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  • Now Accepting National Scholarship Applications

    Do you know a college student who could use an extra $2,500? IWLA National Conservation Scholarships help support undergraduates who are focused on a conservation or environment-related program, such as forestry, ecology, and natural resource management.

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  • New Creek Freak Workshops

    Attention educators: Creek Freaks workshops are a fun and effective way for you to teach science and ecology using streams as living classrooms. Workshops are typically two days and offer hands-on lessons – yes, you will get in the water! Two new workshops have been added to the schedule, or you can request a workshop in your own community!

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