Aldo Leopold Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 77
Baraboo, WI 53913-0077
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E13701 Levee Road
Baraboo, WI 53913
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Staff Contact Information
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Wellington B. Huffaker, IV
President and Executive Director
608-355-0279 ext. 22
608-355-0279 ext. 23
On-Site Programs Coordinator
608-355-0279 ext. 28
608-355-0279 ext. 27
608-355-0279 ext. 30
Laura O'Leary (on materity leave until Aug 2014 - contact Carly Reinke at firstname.lastname@example.org)
608-355-0279 ext. 20
608-355-0279 ext. 26
608-355-0279 ext. 25
608-355-0279 ext. 21
608-355-0279 ext. 32
608-355-0279 ext. 29
Member Services Assistant
608-355-0279 ext. 24
Senior Leopold Fellows
Conservation Biologist, Writer
Author, Aldo Leopold: His Life and Work
Professor Emeritus, Wildlife Biology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Emily Iehl grew up in Crystal Lake, Illinois. While obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in Biological Aspects of Conservation at UW-Madison, she developed an awareness of the relationships between people, other species, and the resources that we share on Earth. During college and since graduating in 2011, Emily has led horseback tours in Yellowstone National Park, sampled a restored prairie at the Aldo Leopold Foundation, and radio-tracked turkeys on the coastal plain of Delaware. She enjoys spending time with her young German Shorthaired Pointer, learning to hunt and fish, running, and baking cheesecakes.
Carl Cotter grew up in Columbus, WI where he spent much of his time in the woods or on the river. He attended Iowa State University, receiving a B.S. degree in Global Resource Systems, with forestry and sustainability minors in 2013. If the sun is shining you'll likely find Carl wandering in the woods, paddling in a canoe or sitting in a tree stand. Once the sun goes down, he'll be tying flies, reading a good book or curling up to the fire.
Dain Ziegler grew up on a small family farm in southern Wisconsin and began his obsession with the outdoors at an early age. Animals are a passion for him and range from the creepy crawly herps (amphibians and reptiles) to the apex predators. He enjoys hunting white-tail deer and would like to take up bird hunting as well as small mammal hunting. These passions led Dain to earn Wildlife ecology/management and biology degrees at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. After spending five months in the Salmon-Challis National Forest in Idaho with the AmeriCorps and SCA, Dain has become more aware of the overarching goals of conservation. These experiences have led him to get as in touch with the land as possible and to work to keep our natural spaces natural.
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Want to volunteer for the Foundation? Whether you have a few hours one day or want to come out regularly we'll find something for you to help with! Contact us at 608.355.0279 for more information, or apply below.
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