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Jack Lindaas

Wildlife Monitoring Fellow
Jack Lindaas

Growing up in Round Lake Illinois, a far-removed suburb of Chicago, about 20 minutes from the southern border of Wisconsin, nature has always been a large part of my life. This area has a ton of nature preserves and I have spent a lot of time wandering around these natural spaces. I just graduated from UW-Milwaukee with a bachelor’s degree in Conservation and Environmental Science. I love hiking and visiting national parks, and I have a special fondness for plants. When I am on a hike I will always stop to admire them along the way, usually with my phone to take pictures of them too. I really enjoy cooking, working out, hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities, as well as just sitting in and watching reality tv. I had heard the name Aldo Leopold before, but it wasn’t until last year when I was fully introduced to his essays and land ethic. His land ethic resonates with me deeply and can have profound impacts on those who get the chance to read what he wrote. I am excited to learn from all of the amazing people I will be working with at the Aldo Leopold Foundation and I can’t wait to hear everyone’s stories!