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About Aldo Leopold
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The Faville story:

Madison Audubon Society's Faville Grove Sanctuary is named for Stoughton W. Faville, a progressive-thinking dairy farmer and self-taught botanist who lived and farmed just north of Lake Mills, Wisconsin and helped Aldo Leopold develop a cooperative game management program.

Leopold established the Faville Grove Wildlife Experimental Area, in the area surrounding the Faville homestead, where he and students from the University of Wisconsin studied both animal and plant communities as well as people's connection to the land.

Today many Madison Audubon Society volunteers dedicate their efforts to keep Leopold's efforts alive and growing.
  • Seed collection of 09/09/2006
  • Seed collection of 09/16/2006
  • Seed collection of 09/23/2006
  • Seed collection of 09/30/2006
  • Seed collection of 10/07/2006
  • Seed collection of 10/14/2006
  • Seed collection of 10/21/2006
  • Seed preparation of 11/04/2006
  • Seed planting of 12/09/2006
  • Oak savana clearing on 01/27/2007
  • Planting Day November 2007
  • Seed collection of 09/20/2008
  • Seed collection of 09/27/2008
  • Seed collection of 10/18/2008
    "We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect." Aldo Leopold