Youth

  • National Parks: More To See Than Simply Iconic Views

    Not only does the National Park Service centennial provide an opportunity to celebrate 100 years of conserving important landscapes and landmarks across America, it is a chance to plan for the future of our national park system — and how Americans connect with it.

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  • New Wave of Stream Monitoring

    It’s been a busy spring for Izaak Walton League clean water staff and interns. They’ve been traveling across Maryland and up the East Coast to conduct stream monitoring classes.

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  • Family Adventures in Nature Club Guidebook

    Starting a Family Adventures in Nature (FAN) Club can help your chapter attract families – and keep them coming back. To help you get started, the League has created a "Family Adventures in Nature Club Guidebook" and free templates for marketing materials.

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  • Youth Activity: How Much Water Will This Hold?

    Learning Objectives: To observe how water drains from different types of soils and the impact soil health has on surrounding waters.

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  • Youth Activity: Can You See Water Pollution?

    Some pollution is easy to identify. Other times, “pollution” can mean something different for people and for fish and wildlife. That’s why the Izaak Walton League developed the Save Our Streams program and Creek Freaks project for kids – to test water quality using science.

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  • IWLA Youth Manual

    This manual offers an overview of running an Izaak Walton League youth program, including legal issues and activity ideas. If your chapter wants to ​create a youth program, this is a great place to start!

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