One of the best and most enduring examples of the impact everyday people can have on conservation where they live is the League’s Save Our Streams program. Every single League member can make a difference on this issue. Learn how you can get involved.
How to engage today's youth and make sure hunting "sticks".
Iowa's West Central Chapter is working to engage area youth in outdoor activities while introducing them to conservation issues.
Maryland's Rockville Chapter has been engaging youth through its Water Sports Program for almost three decades.
A new chapter in Pennsylvania will focus on water and air quality issues around Pittsburgh.
The key to a successful archery program is having knowledgeable, certified instructors who can create a safe and fun environment. IWLA is offering two workshops to help you get started.
November 2018 marked the beginning of our first full winter season of Winter Salt Watch - and we're off to a great start.
A new resource will help Izaak Walton League chapters take bowhunting classes to a new level and engage new audiences.
The League has awarded $2,500 each to two college students pursuing degrees in natural resources and related subjects.
The report says that the climate is already changing in dangerous ways - but it's not too late to do something about it.
Congress has approved a new five-year Farm Bill that will provide full funding for conservation programs that help farmers put in place conservation systems that address soil, water, and wildlife needs in rural areas.
A sweeping new proposal would dramatically weaken the Clean Water Act by removing protections for 20 million acres of wetlands and up to 60 percent of streams in America.
The new five-year Farm Bill will provide full funding for conservation programs, but still leaves room for improvement.
Great beer starts with clean water: How one brewery in Iowa is making a difference.
The key to having a successful - and sustainable - stream team is to make sure that the bulk of the work does not fall on one person.
Learn what makes jackets more weatherproof.
The key to staying warm is staying dry. Check out these tips on managing your sweat to regulate body heat.
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