Join us Friday evening at the Russo Barn for a screening and discussion of the film Green Fire, an environmental biography of Aldo Leopold, father of conservation education and land ethics.
This is the first part of the two-day Leopold Education Project, a workshop open to teachers, youth group leaders, conservation managers, and landowners. LEP is a collaborative, hands-on workshop experience to help understand, build, and apply a land ethic to guide our work in conservation, education, and ecological restoration.
If you are attending both days of the workshop, please be sure to also get tickets for the Saturday, March 16 workshop, “Leopold Education Project: The Land Ethic and Community Conservation.” Full workshop participants will receive their LEP materials for the Saturday session following the film screening on Friday.
Attendees may also choose to attend just the film screening and discussion without participating in the full LEP workshop.
This event is for ages 18 and up.