• Extending Leopold's Legacy

    Leopold students went on to be pioneers in conservation. You can help train the next generation of leaders for a land ethic!

  • Exploring the Legacy of Leopold's Students: Stephen H. Richards

    Another pioneer in conservation, Richards was an early practitioner in the new field of wildlife disease.

  • Foundation Receives $100K Challenge

    An investment in the fellowship program draws a challenge grant from the Madison Community Foundation to help build future conservation leaders.


Who was Aldo Leopold?

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What is a Land Ethic?

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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

Owen and Kylie are the 2017 seasonal fellows

Say Hello to Our Seasonal Fellows

Providing field experiences for his students was an important aspect of Leopold’s teaching methodology. The Aldo Leopold Foundation continues this…

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The Voice of Maples

Through his writing, Aldo Leopold left a legacy of conservation knowledge and philosophy to inspire future generations. In its second…

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Guided Hike at the Leopold Center

Thursday, June 29 | 6:00 pm

Aldo Leopold once wrote that “conservation is a slow and laborious unfolding of a new relationship between people and land.”…

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