We invite you out for a hike to explore the magic of the natural world, our trails are free and open daily from dawn until dusk.

We ask that all staff and visitors follow our mask policy to help keep everyone safe and slow the spread of COVID-19.

Please stay tuned and do not hesitate to contact us with questions at

*Please note our facility’s date of reopen to the public is based on public health recommendations and other factors.

Become A Member

Are you interested in connecting children to the natural world?
Do you want to support children’s environmental education in Dane County?

Become a member today and enjoy the many advantages of membership throughout the entire year.

Already a member?

Thank you! Please consider renewing your membership below.

Aldo Leopold Nature Center Membership Rates*

Please note: In addition to the benefits at each level, membership levels receive the benefits of previous level(s).

Level Benefits Amount Join or Renew Online
Community Membership
  • Preserve a beautiful local prairie ecosystem
  • Support expanded access to ALNC’s nature-based education programming
  • Receive regular updates and e-newsletters to keep you up-to-date on programs and events happening at ALNC
Any Join or renew today!
Family Membership $75 Join or renew today!
Supporting Membership
  • One copy of A Sand County Almanac by Aldo Leopold**
$100 Join or renew today!
Sustaining Membership
  • 10% Discount on one facility rental
$250 Join or renew today!
Benefactor Membership
  • A private docent-led tour of ALNC grounds
$500 Join or renew today!
Nina Leopold Bradley Stewardship Circle
  • Invitation to Cocktails in the Cattails, our exclusive annual appreciation event
$1,000 Join or renew today!

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*Membership rates effective January 1, 2020
**Copies of A Sand County Almanac can be picked up from ALNC’s front desk at your convenience. Please contact us directly if you’d like to request that other arrangements be made.


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