Aldo Leopold Quote

Land is soil, water, plants and animals. Each of the "organs" of land has meaning as a separate entity, just as fingers, toes, and teeth have.


In: Susan L. Flader and J. Baird Callicott, The River of the Mother of God, Wherefore Wildlife Ecology? (p. 336)

Picture Quote 1

Land is soil, water, plants and animals. Each of the organs of land has meaning as a separate entity, just as fingers, toes, and teeth have.

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Land is soil, water, plants and animals. Each of the organs of land has meaning as a separate entity, just as fingers, toes, and teeth have.

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Land is soil, water, plants and animals. Each of the organs of land has meaning as a separate entity, just as fingers, toes, and teeth have.

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Land is soil, water, plants and animals. Each of the organs of land has meaning as a separate entity, just as fingers, toes, and teeth have.