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The Wisconsin Stewardship Network supports a healthy relationship between people and the land facilitated by the renewal of Wisconsin’s commitment to environmental education and a collective effort to acquaint Wisconsin citizens with Aldo Leopold’s idea of a ‘land ethic.’

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Also see Environmental Education News Archive

Issue Chairs:

Sarah Lloyd

Membership & Grants Coordinator
The Aldo Leopold Foundation

P.O. Box 77
Baraboo, WI 54913
Ph: 608-355-0279
FAX: 608-356-7309

Rick Wilke

UW System Distinguished Professor & Director, Environmental Education & Training Partnership

College of Natural Resources
University of Wisconsin
Stevens Point, WI 54481


Aldo Leopold Foundation Building upon the vision Aldo Leopold enunciated in A Sand County Almanac and other works, the Aldo Leopold Foundation strives to promote the care of natural resources and foster an ethical relationship between people and land.

Aldo Leopold Nature Center Designed to promote a love of the land, year-round hands-on programs at this environmental education center in Monona, WI bring schoolchildren of all ages in touch with nature.

"EE Works for Wisconsin" promotes an informed and skilled public as the best guarantee of environmental stewardship, a strong, sustainable economy, and a high quality of life.

Leopold Education Project is a conservation and environmental education curriculum sponsored by Pheasants Forever and based on the ethics and writings of Aldo Leopold.

Lodi Reads Leopold is one of the leaders in community action around the Land Ethic.  Lodi recently held its 5th annual Lodi Reads Leopold, at which the entire A Sand County Almanac was read in celebration of Leopold's important ideas.

Nature Net A consortium of 16 environmental learning centers in southern Wisconsin, designed to foster a lifelong love of the outdoors among schoolchildren.

The Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education (WAEE) is a non-governmental organization of professional educators. WAEE provides training, networking, and information for educators through conference workshops and publications.

The National Wildlife Federation is the nation's largest member-supported conservation group, uniting individuals, organizations, businesses and government to protect wildlife, wild places, and the environment.