To a regular person on the street, his name is unlikely to ring any bells. In the field of conservation, however, his work resounds far and wide. Aldo Leopold is renowned for being the writer of the groundbreaking book, The Sand County Almanac, which still sells widely today; a passionate protector of wilderness; a founder of wildlife management; and the influential proponent of the Land Ethic.

This blog is a project for HP3203 Conservation Psychology at NTU. It aims to celebrate and spread awareness of Leopold’s life, achievements, and extraordinary ideas about the world we live in.

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