Aldo Leopold Society Membership

"The land ethic simply enlarges the boundaries of the community to include soils, waters, plants, and animals, or collectively: the land."

- Aldo Leopold*

Members of the Aldo Leopold Society* provide vital operating support for the Cary Institute's research and education programs. As a member, you will receive newsletters and invitations to events throughout the year, as well as special opportunities to interact with the Cary Institute's educators and scientific staff.

100% of your donation supports Cary's science. Your donations to the Annual Fund cover costs not met by grants and endowment, allowing the Cary Institute to find answers to some of the most pressing questions on earth. Opportunities also exist to designate funds for specific projects.

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*Aldo Leopold (1887-1948) was one of America’s pioneering conservationists. He wrote many articles, essays, and books in his lifetime, but his greatest work was A Sand County Almanac (1949), which helped lay the foundation for the American conservation movement. The ideas, principles, questions, and concerns he raised continue to challenge and influence conservationists and individuals committed to responsible land management.

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