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Breitenmoser Farm

Finalists announced for Wisconsin’s Leopold Conservation Award

Sand County Foundation and Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation are proud to announce the finalists for Wisconsin’s Leopold Conservation Award.

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Rivers as Bridges educational program makes cranes a priority

The International Crane Foundation (ICF) hosted more than 30 top Chinese students from “key” high schools as part of an educational program called Rivers as Bridges. This summer begins a 10-year relationship between the people of the Mississippi and Yangtze basins using culture, conservation, and commerce as diplomatic tools that support a renewal of the […]

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International Crane Foundation to host an Evening with the Cranes

Enjoy a summer evening outdoors with gourmet food, friends and some of the rarest birds on earth.  On Saturday, June 23 from 5 – 8 PM the International Crane Foundation (ICF), located on Shady Lane Road between Baraboo and Wisconsin Dells, will be hosting its 3rd Evening with the Cranes to kick off the summer […]

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Sarah Mitchell at Cook's Branch Conservancy in Texas

Cook’s Branch Conservancy receives Texas’ highest award for private land conservation

The transformation of a clear-cut, overgrazed working ranch into Cook’s Branch Conservancy a century later has earned a prominent Texas family the 2012 Leopold Conservation Award, the state’s highest honor recognizing habitat management and wildlife conservation on private land. Operated as a program of the Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation, Cook’s Branch Conservancy is located […]

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South Dakota honors oustanding agricultural families

Sand County Foundation, the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association and the South Dakota Grassland Coalition are pleased to announce the finalists for the 2012 Leopold Conservation Award. “The high caliber of nominees for the Leopold Conservation Award, year after year, is an indication that South Dakota’s natural resources are in good hands,” said Brent Haglund, president, […]

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Kinzua Quality Deer Cooperative: Wise Forest Management

In 2000 a group of forestland managers, hunters, biologists, and foresters, with support and guidance from The Sand County Foundation, formed the Kinzua Quality Deer Cooperative (KQDC). The goals were to restore quality habitat and quality deer, improve hunter satisfaction, and reduce the need for fencing to protect seedlings, shrubs, and other understory vegetation such […]

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