The Land Stewardship Fellowship is a unique opportunity to work side by side with experienced staff applying your existing knowledge and skills while learning new ones, ultimately enhancing your own land ethic. Fellows will work within restored and remnant Wisconsin habitats ranging from prairies to floodplain forests to sedge meadows to oak savannas. This diverse outdoor classroom provides opportunities to hone effective strategies and tools to effectively manage diverse ecosystems. The Aldo Leopold Foundation seeks applicants who have recently completed a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies, environmental sciences, or a natural resources-related field. Applicants should have an interest in and passion for learning about the complex and interdependent world of conservation. Th

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