Aldo Leopold Foundation

Wisconsin woodland owners have new opportunity to talk to professional forester

Jim and Katie Leonhard, Driftless Region landowners, valued advice they received from professionals with My Wisconsin Woods. (Photo by Tim Eisele)The My Wisconsin Woods program, previously offered by the Aldo Leopold Foundation in southwest Wisconsin, is now available statewide. This program is geared especially for landowners who have never had a forester out to their land before. Landowners can go…

Leonhards find success with My Wisconsin Woods Program in Cross Plains

Buddy Huffaker (l) and Katie and Jim Leonhard review photos of land management activities over recent years. (Photo by Tim Eisele)Cross Plains, Wis. — A successful woodland owner has a good offense and a good defense. On offense, take the initiative to do something! Consider what you’d like the woodland to look like in the future, obtain advice from knowledgeable…

Oak management workshop available for Wisconsin landowners

(U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)Oak trees are valuable, particularly if a landowner is interested in managing land to benefit wildlife, but oaks require active management. To help landowners, the Aldo Leopold Foundation and its partner organization serving private woodland owners, My Wisconsin Woods, are holding the “Oak in the Driftless Workshop” on Saturday, Sept. 29. The workshop will be held…

Aldo Leopold Foundation teams with Bast Durbin Advertising on hunting book

Slinger, Wis. — The Aldo Leopold Foundation (ALF) has retained the services of Bast Durbin Advertising to help market and create a new book titled “A Conservationist’s Guide to Hunting.” “We have several goals for this project including recruiting new hunters and increasing the number of people who are ‘hunting-curious’ and are considering hunting,” said Alanna Koshollek, evaluation coordinator for ALF….