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On July 19, the Elgin chapter received the "Defenders Chapter Achievement 20th Consecutive Year Recognition Award" at the 97th annual Izaak Walton League of America National Convention.
However, for many the 20th century's version of Izaak Walton's Piscator was Mr Crabtree, created by Bernard Venables (1907-2001).
The Izaak Walton Inn is located in Essex, Montana, just off Highway 2, halfway between East and West Glacier.
The Thames was once Britain's best salmon river and feeder streams like the Wandle and Fleet - where the author Izaak Walton fished - were teeming with trout and salmon.
Though a bold claim, Edwards warrants comparison to Izaak Walton, whose celebrated Life of Donne continues to shape readers' images of Donne's life, mind, and art (pace Carey).
In January 2003, the Izaak Walton League, a Gaithersburg, Maryland-based conservation group, signed a memorandum of understanding with the U.S.
The program has the backing of the Halifax Youth Foundation, the Izaak Walton Killam Health Centre and the Cape Breton Regional Health Care Complex.
It's time for the 2002 Annual Ski Fest sponsored by Subaru of America and the Cross Country Ski Areas Association (603-239-4341; www.xcski.org), January 5-6, at Izaak Walton Inn (406-888-5700) in Essex, Montana.
Montana hideaway (IZAAK WALTON INN, ESSEX, MONTANA)
The Izaak Walton League is committed to investigation and dialogue that contribute to a sustainable world.
In Oregon, a young woman from the Izaak Walton League hikes through a forest with the company manager to ensure that his reported clear cut sizes are accurate.
At least the New Jersey--based angling-and-sporting book imprint has issued its first play--Victorian attorney Charles Dance's Izaak Walton: A Drama in Four Parts.