As American culture shifted, so did the threats to America’s natural resources. It’s difficult to summarize such an era of change. But we can highlight a few significant issues on which the League led the nation.
Small farms represent a large part of the agricultural sector in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. Riverkeeper Jeff Kelble is working to ensure they are also part of solving the valley’s water quality problems.
The Orange County Chapter hosted its 11th annual Ike’s Kids Day at Irvine Lake.
The Conservation Hall of Fame honors men and women from Venango County who made significant and lasting contributions to conservation and the environment.
The Minnesota Timberwolves FastBreak Foundation recognized Jim and Merlene Stiles as “Heroes in the Making” this April as part of the foundation’s Think Green Month.
The Lynchburg Chapter is home to two lakes that support a variety of fish. However, the lake bottoms offered little shelter for fish — an issue that had been on the chapter’s “to do” list for several years.
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