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    Aldo Leopold Legacy Center

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    Peeled pine logs were bolted together to form trusses inside the Home Range Hall and Restoration Workshop buildings at the Leopold Legacy Center.
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    Exterior walls at the Leopold Legacy Center are clad primarily in unfinished wood planks, with stone in select areas.
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    The Great Possessions Interpretive Wing is a large, flexible gallery space at the easternmost end of the Center.
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    The staff break area lies at the center of an open work area, adjacent to private offices.
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    Individual offices include sliding barn doors and transom windows to optimize daylighting and ventilation.
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    Staff work area.
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    Section drawing through staff area.
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    Interior elevation drawing through staff areas.
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    A corridor along the south side of the Leopold Legacy Center main wing acts as a thermal buffer for the main staff spaces.
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    Daylighting and passive heating and cooling strategies greatly reduce energy consumption at the Leopold Legacy Center. The building's remaining energy needs are met by roof-mounted photovoltaic panels.
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