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Outdoor foundation receives Anheuser-Busch funds.

Outdoor foundation receives Anheuser-Busch funds

Anheuser-Busch Cos., Inc., announced the donation of $25,000 grant to the Isaak Walton League of America (IWLA) for the group's "Outdoor Ethics Program."

"This grant comes at a crucial time and provides a tremendous boost to our efforts to promote responsible behavior by outdoor recreationists," said Jack Lorenz, IWLA executive director. "Through its growing partnership with the League, Anheuser-Busch clearly demonstrates its strong commitment to wise stewardship of America's natural resources."

The IWLA serves as the national information center and idea exchange for all matters dealing with outdoor ethics. The group has developed codes of ethics for specific forms of recreation, conducts research and produces educational brochures.

Anheuser-Busch first supported the League's ethics initiative in 1987 when the company was the major sponsor of the group's International Conference on Outdoor Ethics.

"That conference, attended by more than 300 conservation leaders, wildlife managers, educators, and social scientists from around the globe, led to a new national awareness of the challenges posed by growing competition for quality outdoor recreation opportunities," Lorenz said.
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Title Annotation:Isaak Walton League of America; Anheuser-Bosch Companies Inc.
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Dec 16, 1991
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