Become an Ike!
interested in wildlife and the outdoors?
have an interest in our natural environment - hunting, fishing, canoeing, hiking, wildlife watching, or
birding - then come on out to one of our social meetings.
There you will meet friendly like-minded people and learn more about
what’s going on in our local community and throughout the state of Minnesota
and the nation.
Coming to meetings on a regular basis or becoming a member means
friends and provides an opportunity to make a positive contribution to the
community. By being active in the community we connect with our friends and
neighbors who share a common interest in the outdoors.
We have a
lot of fun while educating ourselves and others on environmental issues. We
also help to conserve our natural resources and work toward a high quality of
life for our children and future generations.
Meeting on a regular basis, hunters, fishers, ecologists,
conservationists and everyday people work together at the Chapter House
The Walter J. Breckenridge Chapter and the Izaak Walton League
very much welcome your participation.
The W. J. Breckenridge Chapter usually meets the
fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:30 PM at the Chapter House.
The award-winning monthly
Timberlines, covers all of our
our website, social/educational programs are noted on the homepage. For
further information on meetings click on the menu link.
Please plan on visiting the chapter, walking the
wooded chapter grounds and "Breck's Island" - and joining the chapter.
If you decide to join,
you'll not only meet and work with like-minded friends and
neighbors, but also benefit from the Minnesota State Division and
its quarterly newsletter -
In addition, you'll be a member of the national IWLA and receive the quarterly
and, if you choose to,
important national conservation issues.
The Breckenridge Chapter's
program for local students majoring in environmental or biological science has sponsored more than $17,000
in college scholarships to Minnesota students. Donations to the W. J.
Breckenridge Chapter's scholarship fund or the Scholarship Endowment Fund are
The Ikes are a democratic grassroots group that,
due to its excellent conservation practices, is able to effectively influence local,
state, and national environmental policy issues.
By joining, you will make a difference!
Mary Ellen Vetter for membership
information at 763-561-1761 or by
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional Chapter information,
call Chapter President, Steve Schaust
763-493-4921, or e-mail him at
Mary Ellen Vetter
7715 York Lane N
Brooklyn Park, MN 55443