The Environmental Protection Agency removed Clean Water Act protections for small tributary streams and millions of acres of wetlands nationwide, weakening protections for water quality, fish and wildlife habitat, and our economy.
The Army Corps of Engineers is re-committing to smarter management of the river. Solutions that work with nature will reduce flood risk and increase habitat for fish and wildlife. Read more about the new plans.
A federal budget that doesn't provide much money for agriculture means farmers won't get the funding they need to implement the conservation practices they want.
What's that green stuff floating in the lake? Is it safe for your dog – or for you?
Don't let a fear of ticks keep you from spending time outside. Simple preventative measures will help you safely enjoy outdoor recreation this summer.
Each week, we'll feature a photo of a small stream that could lose protection if federal decision-makers change the Clean Water Rule.
Find out how you can #SaveCleanWater.
IWLA chapters around the nation will celebrate National Hunting and Fishing Day on Saturday, September 28.
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