Outdoor America: You will receive our quarterly magazine with award-winning conservation articles you won't read anywhere else plus advocacy updates and success stories from League members around the country.
Reports and Newsletters: You can also receive several newsletters and reports each year that cover specific issues such as watershed conservation and sustainability education. If you have e-mail access, you can sign up for our electronic newsletter, "Conservation Currents," which offers the latest news from our programs.
Online Advocacy: Through our Web site, you can sign up for Action Alerts to be notified when important legislation needs your support. You can also access our Conservation Action Center, a powerful tool that allows you to contact your elected officials directly.
Discounts: Members receive discounts on publications and materials offered by the League.
JOIN US! Since 1922, the Izaak Walton League has been enjoying and protecting America's outdoors. We need your support to continue. Just $50 a year gets you started. Call 800-IKE-LINE (453-5463) to become an Ike. Thank you!
1Chapter dues vary. Contact 800-IKE-LINE or visit the Chapters Web page to locate the chapter nearest you.
The Izaak Walton League of America (IWLA) — a non-profit conservation organization — is recognized as a Section 501(c)(3) public charity under the Internal Revenue Code. The IWLA provides equal membership/employment/service opportunities to all eligible persons without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex or disability. Minimum national dues are $50 for individual and $75 for family memberships, which include $4 for Outdoor America magazine. Magazine is inseparable from dues. Chapter and Division dues vary and are set separately.