Aldo Leopold was a professor, a student of nature, and an exquisite writer. His classic work "A Sand County Almanac" documented his time living close to (and observing) the land in Wisconsin, and it remains part of the canon of nature writing. The Aldo Leopold Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin works "to weave a land ethic into the fabric of our society", and it does its work from the Leopold Center, which was finished in 2007. First-time visitors will want to check out the "Aldo Leopold" section to learn more about the man and his times. Moving on, the "Programs" area offers information about their popular Woodland School, their work on issues surrounding land stewardship, and their Land Ethics Leaders initiative. Visitors can also use the search engine to find specific items of interest, and also they may wish to sign up for their free newsletter.


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