Explore the Inductees

The Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame honors individuals who have contributed to the environmental legacy of the state. Click a name below to discover more!

Hall of Fame Inductees

William J. P. Aberg
George Archibald
George Becker
Nils Folke Becker
Herbert F. Behnke
C.D. “Buzz” Besadny
Jacob Beuscher
Nina Leopold Bradley
W. Noble Clark
Ruth Clusen
Mel Cohee
John Thomas Curtis
Noel Jefferson Cutright
E. M. Dahlberg
Emily Earley
Robert S. Ellarson
David C. Engleson
David Clark Everest
Clifford Germain
Wallace Byron Grange
E. M. Griffith
Owen Gromme
Frederick & Frances Hamerstrom
Martin Hanson
Richard A. Hemp
Joseph Hickey
Ruth Hine
William Horvath
Richard A. Hunt
Robert L. Hunt
Paul Husting
Hugh Iltis
Laurence Jahn
Harold “Bud” Jordahl
Warren Knowles
Ronald Koshoshek
Walter Kuhlmann
Wilhelmine A. LaBudde
David Ladd
Increase A. Lapham
Aldo Leopold
Henry Liebzeit
LeRoy Joseph Lintereur
Ingebord “Ingie” Lothe
Roy & Charlotte Lukes
Russell G. Lynch
Wakelin “Ranger Mac” McNeel
Gordon MacQuarrie
Harley MacKenzie
Robert A. McCabe
Stanton W. Mead
George Meyer
Virgil J. Muench
John Muir
Gaylord Nelson
Leo Nickasch
Haskell Noyes
Paul J. Olson
Sigurd Olson
Lorrie Otto
William Petersbur
Russell W. Peterson
Pearl Pohl
Louis “Curley” Radke
Guido Rahr Sr
Jay Reed
Henry Reuss
Eugene Roark
Phil H. Sander
Fred Schmeeckle
Arlie (Bill) Schorger
Carl Shurz
Walter Scott
Forest W. Stearns
Charles H. Stoddard
A. D. Sutherland
Ernest Swift
Melvin “Mully” Taylor
Christine Thomas
Daniel O. Trainer
Fred B. Trenk
Jacque & Dorothy Vallier
Charles Van Hise
Cedric A. Vig
Hilary J. “Sparky” Waukau
George Wehrwein
Sergius A. Wilde
Frederick Wilson
Les Woerpel
Milly Zantow
Otto R “Zeas” Zeasman
Raymond T. Zillmer
James Hall Zimmerman