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The Water's (Not) Fine: Avoid Getting Sick While Swimming This Summer
What we do on the land affects our ability to engage in and enjoy the outdoor recreation that we love. Learn what you can do to make sure your favorite lake or river is safe to swim in this season.
Dollars and Sense: Budgets Reveal What We Value
What we spend money on says a lot about what we think is important. Congress is proposing to spend a lot of money on conservation programs in Fiscal Year 2020 – but we think this budget could still be better.
It's the Little Things: Learning to Identify Aquatic Macroinvertebrates
Curious what lives in streams? Check out our intro lesson on identifying stream bugs.
Welcome Aboard: New Save Our Streams Coordinator Joins the League's Water Staff
Looking to get more involved in Save Our Streams? Rebecca Shoer is here to help.
Swimming With a Buddy: How Strategic Partnerships Are Advancing the League's Water Work
How did the League get invited to present in an EPA webinar? With a little help from our friends.
Hot and Salty: Good for Snacks, Not for Streams
We don’t usually think about road salt in summer. But this salt can get into groundwater in the winter, and come out again when the weather warms – and a new study shows salt is even more harmful to stream life when water temperatures rise.
Soil, Water, and Pints
Community members learned about the benefits of conservation farming and multi-cropping practices, while enjoying a few cold ones, at a League outreach event.
Season Finale: Results from Winter Salt Watch
The members and volunteers of the Izaak Walton League are collecting the data that will be used to implement practices that protect both driver safety and stream health.
An Ounce of Prevention: League Supports Plan to Conserve Species Before They Become Endangered
One-third of all wildlife species in the US are at risk of becoming endangered. The Recovering America's Wildlife Act would redirect existing tax revenues to help states proactively protect these species.
River Recovery Committee Makes Recommendations to Army Corps
League staff, along with other members of the Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee, drafted more than 40 recommendations for how the Army Corps should manage the river and its endangered species.
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