The book is illustrated with charming b&w drawings by Susan Leopold Freeman, granddaughter of Aldo Leopold
In this 40-minute musical, the cast will portray Aldo Leopold
, considered to be the godfather of conservation, and his children as he sends them out on an adventure into the wilderness of Wisconsin.
Thirty-five years later Aldo Leopold
writes of a monument to commemorate the passenger pigeon: "It symbolizes our sorrow.
Collaboratively compiled and co-edited by Curt Meine (a conservation biologist and writer affiliated with the Aldo Leopold
Foundation, Center for Humans and Nature, International Crane Foundation, and University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Keefe keeley (executive director of the Savanna Institute), "The Driftless Reader" is a compendium of writings that highlight the unique natural and cultural history, landscape, and literature of this region that encompasses southwestern Wisconsin and adjacent Minnesota, Iowa, and Illinois.
The author and his wife, who is the granddaughter of Aldo Leopold
, dedicate their lives to restoring the habitat of a salmon run and the surrounding forest in this enjoyable, personal tale of humans and nature.
Hunting is supposed to be a challenge, as Aldo Leopold
so accurately stated it.
She often gets a mention for having been the only female wildlife management graduate student of Aldo Leopold
, the father of wildlife management in the U.
Croswell House (Lenawee); Aldo Leopold
and Les Cheneaux (Mackinac); John Kauffman House (Presque Isle); Port Huron to Mackinac Race/Yacht Clubs and World War II (St.
She and her husband, Justin, also a New College research scientist, have two young children and a chocolate Lab, Aldo, named, of course, after the great environmentalist Aldo Leopold
easily the best such book of our times, reminiscent in its passion for angling of Roderick Haig-Brown (still the only standard worth considering) and in its brooding regard for nature of Aldo Leopold
, James Dickey, and Peter Matthiessen.
Licensed for public performance, Green Fire: Aldo Leopold
And A Land Ethic For Our Time is a Regional Emmy Award-winning documentary about the life and accomplishments of conservationist Aldo Leopold
, with particular focus on his contributions to the environmental movement.
Although she's not as well known as Aldo Leopold
, John Muir, or Edward Abbey, her work served as inspiration for Terry Tempest Williams and Gary Snyder, and she helped bring attention to an often overlooked place.