​Conservation

Turn Waste into Treasure: How to Build Soil Health in Your Backyard

Water, air, and yard waste are all you need to create a rich source of nutrients for your plants.

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On Common Ground: IWLA and Farmers Support the Same Soil Health Strategies

Farmers and soil health experts asked Congress to implement strategies very similar to what the League has been working towards at the federal and state level.

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Farm to Flood? Changing Agricultural Practices for Better Water Management

When heavy rainfalls cause flooding in agricultural fields, farmers install drainage systems that contribute to flooding in more urbanized areas. The League is working towards alternative solutions that build soil, boost the economy, protect wildlife habitat, and keep water where it belongs.

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​Outdoor Recreation

Invasive Species Education Event Reaches Hundreds of Boaters

So far this year, over 800 boaters and anglers from eight states have heard the key message: clean, drain, and dry your boat every time you come off the water.

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Tick Tips: Simple Ways to Avoid Tick Bites

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.

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Thinking Like a Mountain: Hunting Out Back

The future of conservation depends on young hunters, and young hunters need places to practice.

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