Join us


Membership is open to any person of good reputation, 18 years of age or older, who has shown an interest in the purpose and vision of the Chapter and the League.



What’s the purpose of the chapter?



To support the ideals of the national IWLA organization to conserve, maintain, protect and/or restore the soil, air l woods, waters and wildlife of our country; to promote means and opportunities for the education of the public with respect to the resources and enjoyment as well as the wholesome utilization thereof.




Types of Memberships


  • Regular (Individual)
  • Family (Two adults living in the same household)
  • Retiree 
  • Student


Member obligations



Each member is required to volunteer six hours per year in support of Chapter activities. If individuals so choose, they may pay a fee in lieu of their volunteer hours.




Membership process


As part of the membership process you are required to attend two meetings. Please bring your completed Membership Application and a check for dues and fees to the first meeting, the Orientation.


The Orientation is generally held at 7 p.m. on the third Friday of every month (please confirm this date on the Calendar on our web site). You will have an opportunity to learn in depth about the Chapter and be asked to introduce yourself to the Board of Directors. The Board will then vote on whether to recommend that the membership accept you as a member.


Two to three weeks later you will return to be sworn in at the General Membership meeting, routinely held on the first Friday of every month.  Additionally, if you anticipate using any of the ranges you will be required to take a Range Safety Training class. This class normally held before every General Membership meeting.