Woodworking for Wildlife - Aldo Leopold Bench
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Aldo Leopold is an internationally recognized figure in wildlife conservation and pioneering author and philosopher on environmental ethics and land stewardship. Born and raised in southeastern Iowa on the bluffs of the Mississippi River in Burlington, Leopold’s land ethic was born from hundreds of hours of careful observation outdoors in Iowa, Wisconsin, the American southwest, and other natural landscapes.
Janke, Adam, "Woodworking for Wildlife - Aldo Leopold Bench" (2019). Extension and Outreach Publications. 809.
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