Environmental historian and Leopold scholar Susan Flader shares a biographical profile of Estella Leopold in the most recent issue of Forest History Today, the biannual publication of the Forest History Society. Estella is Aldo Leopold’s youngest daughter and, at age 84, she remains active in conservation at local, national, and international levels. Last summer, Estella received the prestigious International Cosmos Prize for her lifetime acheivements in conservation. As a co-founder of the Aldo Leopold Foundation, she serves as a lifetime member of its board of directors, continuing to guide the foundation’s work in her father’s legacy. Read the article (PDF).