See the EMMY® Award-Winning Film!

Airing on public television stations nationwide in April. Click here for dates.

The first full-length documentary film ever made about legendary environmentalist Aldo Leopold, Green Fire highlights Leopold’s extraordinary career, tracing how he shaped and influenced the modern environmental movement. Leopold remains relevant today, inspiring projects all over the country that connect people and land.

See the film:

Earth Day on Public Television: Green Fire made its nationwide public television debut in April 2013. This Earth Day, many stations will be showing it again, and a few will offer Green Fire for the first time. See all listings here. Please help us promote Green Fire by sharing the air dates with your friends!

Buy the DVD: A two-disc set featuring both the Director's Cut and public television versions of Green Fire, plus over 100 minutes of bonus features, is available in the Aldo Leopold Foundation bookstore.

Host a Screening in Your Community: We've made it easy for you to bring Green Fire to your hometown. Our Community Screening Kits contain a public screening license giving you permission to show the film publicly, plus an assortment of publicity materials to help you promote your event.

Stay Engaged:

Stay Connected with Us: The Aldo Leopold Foundation continues to interpret Leopold's ideas and legacy. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter, check out our Land Ethic Leaders program, and join on as a member to help us continue our work.

Get more Green Fire:There was far more great footage filmed for Green Fire than would fit into an hour. If you liked what you saw, check out additional bonus material on our YouTube channel. And order your own copy of the Collector's Edition, which includes the Director's Cut of the film, 100 minutes of bonus footage, and subtitles in seven languages!

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Green Fire screenings

Public television dates here.



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Visit the Green Fire Partners:

Aldo Leopold Foundation    Center for Humans and Nature

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