• Favorite Wild Places

    Winners of the 2018 Wisconsin Aldo Leopold Writing Contest describe their favorite place in nature and what makes it wild.

  • Sandhill cranes staging on Wisconsin River.

    Crane Congregations this Fall

    Registration is now open! These popular tours sold out last year. Book yours today!

  • Fellows visiting guest from Turkey during prescribed burn

    Cultivating a Leader

    Fostering connections, diverse perspectives, and growth is what the Future Leaders Program is about. Read about Emily’s experience.


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Fellows tour prairie in summer bloom.

Building Future Leaders

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Fostering care of the land and community through the legacy of Aldo Leopold

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Use Your IRA to Invest in the Land Ethic

Making a gift to the Aldo Leopold Foundation advances the future of conservation through Leopold’s legacy. If you have an…

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What Do You Call a Group of 10,000 Cranes?

At the Aldo Leopold Foundation, we call them our neighbors, as each fall a large portion of Central Wisconsin’s sandhill…

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Leopold Center Fall Free Day

Saturday, October 27 | 10:00 am

Celebrate the fall season (and give back to the community*) during our Fall Free Day at the Leopold Center! From…

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