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Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time is playing in communities all over the country. Please check the list below to locate a screening in your area. If you don't see one, consider hosting your own.


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Green Fire Showing
May 2, 2015 3:00 pm in Milwaukee, WI
Great Lakes Environmental Film Festival
We are a group of students who share a passion for our environment. Our passion dives deeper into taking action towards creating a more sustainable, environmentally just and ecologically aware community. The push for change started with talking and we want to keep the discussion going. Together, we present the Great Lakes Environmental Film Festival (GLEFF) on Marquette University's campus.

We also share a passion for being the difference and caring about the future of our home - the Earth. We want to make the lakes a place where we can swim without smelling like a wet dog and preserve our earth to keep it young. Through the presentation of films that look at our world through a critical/political/theoretical/adventurous/nature-loving lens, we hope you gain a fresh perspective of our lakes and the land around us.

Please join our community of environmental enthusiasts to spread awareness by keeping the discussion going. We hope you leave the festival with a curiosity to find a deeper connection with the world and our lakes.
Great Lakes Environmental Film Festival
1131 West Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Almanac Event with Green Fire Screening
June 20, 2015 8:00 am in Cedarville, MI
Les Cheneaux Islands Area
We welcome you to celebrate the legacy of Aldo Leopold, one of America's most influential naturalists, as we dedicate a new park in honor of his time in Les Cheneaux. The new public park is connected to the Aldo Leopold Preserve, more than 1,200 acres of protected land on Marquette Island, part of the 36-island Les Cheneaux archipelago.

Both the park and preserve are named for Leopold and his family, who spent several months a year in Les Cheneaux at their cottage on Marquette Island. There, young Leopold spent his days in the woods and on the water, where he developed an appreciation for the environment and wildlife on the island while mapping trails and listing the flora and fauna he found.

A weekend of activities, including the park dedication, nature walks, birding trips, kayak excursions, bicycle rides, a scavenger hunt, a showing of the Leopold bio-pic Green Fire, and other Leopold-related activities are being planned for Friday through Sunday.

Book your lodging now by visiting or to find rustic cottages or comfy motel rooms. We offer a variety of affordable places to stay. Much more information is coming soon!
Les Cheneaux Islands Area
105 South Meridian Road
Cedarville, MI 49719