Contaminants wind up in our streams, rivers, and lakes as a result of what happens on land. How can we identify pollution problems and ensure water quality is restored? It starts with having a baseline for water quality.
Fall turkey hunting is more challenging - and more rewarding - than pursuing turkeys in the spring.
By letting the Land and Water Conservation Fund expire, Congress has jeopardized the ability of states, local governments, and nonprofits to leverage federal funds to secure access to open space and conserve it for future generations.
The Charles E. Piersall Chapter is hiking around Casper, Wyoming, no matter the weather.
The Covington-Alleghany Chapter has installed a memorial bench honoring a dedicated river steward.
The Central New York Chapter had many reasons to celebrate this fall.
The Porter County Chapter celebrated its 60th birthday with a lakefront gathering and a congressional speech.
Michael and Gerry Grimshaw supported the League their whole lives, and left a sizeable gift to the endowment.
The League is working together with Trout Unlimited and the American Fisheries Society to engage high-school students in natural resource conservation activities.
The League hosted a Save Our Streams Train-the-Trainer Workshop last November.
Academics, farmers, agency personnel, and conservation advocates gathered at our Soil Health Symposium.
While Congress struggles to pass a new Farm Bill, conservation programs are in limbo.
Congress is working to pass a budget that funds conservation and environmental initiatives.
Five simple strategies can make a big difference to conservation on the farm.
Road salt protects pedestrians and motorists, but too much can hurt people and the environment. Find out what you can do.
Selecting the right rifle or shotgun for a small-sized hunter can make all the difference to their ongoing enjoyment of shooting sports.
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