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  1. A. Starker Leopold

    A. Starker Leopold

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    American, Biologist

  2. Aaron Faulls

    Aaron Faulls

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    Aaron Faulls (born February 6, 1975), is an American television personality, filmmaker, musician and marine conservationist. He is best known for his role as the original host of the television series Into The Drink, a Travel documentary-style series based around Faulls's background as an underwater filmmaker and journalist. He is also known for his appearances on Gangland, a documentary television series on the History Channel.


  3. Aldo Leopold

    Aldo Leopold

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    American, Writer

  4. Alex Zablocki

    Alex Zablocki

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    Political candidate

  5. Allen Nease

    Allen Nease

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    Allen Dowling Nease (died 1983) was a pioneer of Florida’s reforestation and conservation efforts in the mid-20th century.


  6. Alvin Wiederspahn

    Alvin Wiederspahn

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    American politician

  7. Amy P. Goldman

    Amy P. Goldman

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    Amy Goldman Fowler (born 1954) is a gardener, author, artist, philanthropist, and advocate for seed saving, and heirloom fruits and vegetables. She is one of the foremost heirloom plant conservationists in the United States. Goldman is described as "perhaps the world's premier vegetable gardener" by Gregory Long, President of The New York Botanical Garden. On April 28, 2012, Goldman married Cary Fowler at the terrace on top of the Arsenal in Central Park.


  8. Andrew P. Hill

    Andrew P. Hill

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    California artist, photographer, and conservationist

  9. Ansel Adams

    Ansel Adams

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    American photographer

  10. Arlo Hemphill

    Arlo Hemphill

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    American wilderness advocate

  11. Arthur R. Marshall

    Arthur R. Marshall

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    American, Biologist

  12. Arthur Woody

    Arthur Woody

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    American conservationist

  13. Aurelia Harwood

    Aurelia Harwood

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    Aurelia Squire Harwood (September 1865 – June 1928), daughter of the wealthy Harwood family of Ontario, California, was a conservationist, educator, and first female President of the Sierra Club in 1927 and 1928. In addition to her terms as President, she simultaneously sat on the Angeles Chapter's Executive Committee, and the club's Board of Directors, from 1921 to 1928.


  14. Belle W. Baruch

    Belle W. Baruch

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    American, Business

  15. Ben Paris

    Ben Paris

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    Benjamin M. Paris (July 15, 1884 – January 8, 1950) was an American sportsman, entrepreneur, conservationist, and owner of a landmark restaurant in Seattle, Washington. Paris founded the Seattle Ben Paris Salmon Derby. He is inurned at the columbarium at Evergreen Washelli Memorial Park.


  16. Benjamin Morgan Harrod

    Benjamin Morgan Harrod

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    Benjamin Morgan Harrod (February 19, 1837 – September 8, 1912) was an American civil engineer who from 1895 to 1902 directed the construction of the water and sewerage systems in his native New Orleans, Louisiana.


  17. Benjamin Newhall Johnson

    Benjamin Newhall Johnson

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    Aemrican historian

  18. Bernard Frank (wilderness activist)

    Bernard Frank (wilderness activist)

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    American, Scientist

  19. Bernhard Fernow

    Bernhard Fernow

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    American forester

  20. Bertel Bruun

    Bertel Bruun

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    Naturalist

  21. Betty Leslie-Melville

    Betty Leslie-Melville

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    Betty Leslie-Melville (née McDonnell) (March 7, 1927 – September 23, 2005) was an American conservationist. She was instrumental in creating sanctuaries to preserve the subspecies of the Rothschild's giraffe in Kenya. Often called the "Giraffe Lady", she spent much of her life living and working in Kenya protecting and caring for the Rothschild's giraffe population there, primarily through a breeding programme established at her residence, Giraffe Manor. During her time working there, the Rothschild's giraffe population grew from about one hundred twenty to over four hundred.


  22. Betty Lou Young

    Betty Lou Young

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    American conservationist

  23. Blanche Evans Dean

    Blanche Evans Dean

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    Blanche Evans Dean (June 12, 1892 – May 31, 1974) was an American naturalist, conservationist and schoolteacher.


  24. Bob Beck

    Bob Beck

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    Guam zoologist

  25. Bob Marshall (wilderness activist)

    Bob Marshall (wilderness activist)

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    Wilderness activist

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