Aldo Leopold sits on Rimrock above the Rio Gavilan in northern Mexico while on a bow hunting trip in 1938. Aldo Leopold began working for the U.S. Forest Service in 1909 as a ranger on the Apache National Forest in the Arizona Territory. Leopold was a forester, scientist, teacher and writer who brought a greater understanding of man’s relationship with nature when the technological advances of the 20th century increasingly shut people off from their surroundings. Photo courtesy of the Aldo Leopold Foundation.
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