The Staff

daniel bohlman

deputy director

Daniel grew up a stone’s throw from the Sand Counties of Wisconsin that helped shape Aldo Leopold’s land ethic. An early conservationist in the image of Leopold, Abbey, and Berry, Daniel has worked in, on, and for the land going on twenty-five years now, seventeen of which have been with The Land Conservancy.

Daniel endeavors to listen more than he talks and has embraced Woody Guthrie’s sage advice to “take it easy; but take it”.

When he’s not saving land, Daniel can be found playing music, fishing, and tromping about with his wife, son, and dog.