In this ​issue

  • Waltonians

    In a 1924 article in Outdoor America, Will Dilg urged League members to work together to save our nation’s natural resources from destruction.

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  • Time to Call a Halt

    Will Dilg, the Izaak Walton League’s first national president, was determined that the League should have its own publication to inform and inspire every member.

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  • Eat Locally

    The local-foods movement is about more than supporting local farmers. The goal is to create a sustainable landscape that also supports fish and wildlife and our sporting traditions.

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  • League Lines: Youth Pheasant Hunt

    he Lancaster Red Rose Chapter is offering young hunters the experience of a lifetime — and lessons that will last a lifetime.

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  • League Lines: Mining for Answers

    Members of the Roanoke Valley Chapter are working to protect water quality in southern Virginia through education and advocacy work on uranium mining.

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  • League Lines: Digging in Deep

    The Radford Chapter in southwest Virginia had to dig deep to conserve the chapter’s lake-front property and keep the chapter going.

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  • League Lines: Nature-Loving Ninjas

    Many League chapters have partnered with Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops to accomplish conservation goals. How many have teamed up with ninjas?!

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  • League Lines: History Lives Here

    The home of long-time environmentalists and Izaak Walton League leaders Herb and Charlotte Read was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in December.

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