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Save Our Streams Presents: Clean Water Wednesday Webinar Series

Every week from 12-1 p.m. Eastern time, the Clean Water Team will be bringing you presentations on all things clean water. From policy to landscaping and everything between, join us for an opportunity to learn about clean water issues and what you can do to protect America’s waterways.

April 1 – Weakening the Clean Water Act: What’s Different and Why It Doesn’t Add Up

Join IWLA Conservation Director Jared Mott for a discussion about recent changes to the Clean Water Act, and why that’s bad news for Americans.

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Support the Land and Water Conservation Fund

The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) has protected habitat and preserved access to outdoor recreation in all fifty states, making it our nation’s most successful conservation program. Now, a bill has been introduced that would guarantee permanent full funding for LWCF – plus temporary extra funding to address maintenance backlogs on our public lands. Tell your senators to support this bill!

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Get Ready for Road Salt

Road salt is everywhere during winter months. It keeps us safe on roads and sidewalks, but it can also pose a threat to fish and wildlife as well as human health. Request a FREE Salt Watch test kit to find out whether excess road salt is a problem in your community.

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Take Action for the Boundary Waters

The Boundary Water Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) in northeastern Minnesota is a pristine landscape of lakes and forests and is the most visited wilderness area in the United States. But a foreign mining company has proposed opening a copper-sulfide operation just outside the BWCAW, right on top of the streams and rivers that feed the wilderness.

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Hold the Salt

It all started with a conservation group’s angry intern. In the winter of 2018, employees of the Izaak Walton League of America, headquartered in Gaithersburg, Maryland, were greeted by an unsightly pile of salt. It obstructed part of the driveway and sat on top of a storm drain. It wasn’t just huge, it was...

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