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Bush Lake Chapter

Izaak Walton League of America

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Defenders of Soil, Air, Woods, Waters & Wildlife

The Izaak Walton League of America (IWLA) was founded in 1922 as a national conservation organization of hunters, anglers, and other conservation-minded outdoor enthusiasts who work through volunteer, community-based action and education programs to ensure the sustainable use of America's natural resources.

Conservation Takes Dedication

The Bush Lake Chapter (formerly the South Minneapolis Chapter) was started in 1937, focused on protecting fish & wildlife habitat and water quality in the Minnesota River Valley and the area's contributing watersheds. 

Our chapter continues this rich legacy today, raising awareness of the importance of issues such as reducing stormwater runoff impacts on water quality, increasing groundwater / aquifer conservation, improving habitat corridors, and more.  We advocate for beneficial projects and wise policy that address these issues.

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