Izaak Walton League of America, an organization dedicated to preserving the nation's natural outdoor recreational resources. The league seeks to prevent water pollution and soil erosion; protect forests; defend public lands against commercial exploitation; protect fish and wildlife; and encourage conservation education. The league publishes Outdoor America, a quarterly. The Izaak Walton League was founded in 1922 and named for the 17th-century nature writer. Membership is about 50,000. Headquarters are in Arlington, Virginia.
About 70 percent of our energy comes from non-renewable sources like oil and natural gas. When they're gone, they're gone for good. Learn some simple ways to conserve energy through these five simple experiments.
Without its keystone, a Roman aqueduct collapses. Does the same travesty befall an ecosystem when a keystone species goes missing from the ecological equation?