Aldo Leopold was a UW-Madison professor who became known as the Father of Wildlife Management. At his farm near Baraboo, WI, he not only developed a philosophy he called the “Land Ethic,” he also designed a simple bench now known as a “Leopold Bench.” Build your own! Long-lasting, high-quality cedar lumber will be pre-cut. Participants should bring a crescent wrench or wrench set and cordless drill if possible. Some tools available to borrow.
Meet at the Cable Natural History Museum at 10:30 a.m. Finish by noon. Space is limited.
Register by July 5 by calling 715-798-3890. $85 member/$90 non-member per bench.