Are you a member of the Aldo Leopold Foundation?
Take our Membership Survey to provide valuable feedback!
As the Aldo Leopold Foundation grows, we are looking to define our niche in the non-profit community and ensure that we make the best choices for our organization’s long-term health in the coming years. To help us in this endeavor, please take our Membership Survey! Your feedback will help us understand what you value about ALF, how we can plan to improve, and what projects and programs you would like to see us focus on as we move forward. Your answers will also help our new Development Coordinator, Anna Reynolds, get to know our membership and help to keep you informed and engaged in our work!
To take the survey, please check your mailbox or email inbox for an introductory letter about the survey and a unique Survey ID Code. If you have lost your code or have recently joined the Foundation in the last few weeks, please contact Emily Iehl at firstname.lastname@example.org or 815-355-0143 to get your unique code. You will not be able to take the survey without it!
As a thank you for taking the 20-25 minute online survey, we will be giving away three copies of our special edition of A Sand County Almanac (pictured above) by drawing ID numbers from the completed questionnaires. The paper in this hard-cover book is made with pines that Aldo Leopold and his family planted in the 1930s and 40s, and it is valued at $500.00 in our bookstore.
If you have any questions regarding the survey, require additional identification numbers for those with family memberships, or if you would prefer to complete a paper copy of the questionnaire and return it to us by mail, contact Emily Iehl by phone or email at 815-355-0143 or email@example.com. Thank you for your participation and important contribution to the Land Ethic!
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Friday, August 1:
Brown Bag - Conserving our Native Pollinators
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Brown Bag - Fire as a Management Tool
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