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P.O.Box 77
Baraboo, WI 53913
608.356.7309 fax
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Headquarters Office

Aldo Leopold Foundation, Inc.

US Mail:
P.O. Box 77
Baraboo, WI 53913-0077
tel: 608-355-0279
fax: 608-356-7309


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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

JenAJennifer Anstett
Executive Coordinator
608-355-0279 ext. 23

CarlCarl Cotter
Leopold-Pine Island Important Bird Area and Internship Coordinator
608-355-0279 ext. 37

AnnaAnna Hawley

Public Program Coordinator

608-355-0279 ext. 28


DakotaDakota Johnson

Site Manager

608-355-0279 ext. 36


JenKJennifer Kobylecky
Director of Education
608-355-0279 ext. 27

Maria KopeckyMaria Kopecky
Outreach Education Coordinator
608-355-0279 ext. 38

AlannaAlanna Koshollek
Evaluation Coordinator
608-355-0279 ext. 30

MattMatthew Schoeffler
Membership and Visitor Services Coordinator
608-355-0279 ext. 20

Teresa Searock
Business Manager
608-355-0279 ext. 21

Jen Simoni

Stewardship Associate

608-355-0279 ext. 32

Steve Swenson
Director of Conservation
608-355-0279 ext. 29

Senior Leopold Fellows

Curt Meine
Conservation Biologist, Writer
Author, Aldo Leopold: His Life and Work

Stan Temple
Professor Emeritus, Wildlife Biology
University of Wisconsin-Madison


Interns and Associates

Greg Hitch is the 2015 Education Intern. He grew up in Green Bay, Wisconsin on the Fox River, where he developed a lifelong passion for preserving and protecting the environment.  He earned a Bachelor’s degree in History and Environmental Studies along with a certificate in American Indian Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  In his final year, he wrote his senior thesis on climate change impacts on the Menominee Nation.  Greg is interested in addressing climate change, integrating humanistic and scientific disciplines, and helping others cultivate a sustainable future. In his personal time, Greg enjoys hiking, biking, reading, and spending time with his friends and family.  He looks forward to continuing his work in promoting Leopold’s land ethic.
608-355-0279 ext. 33