Join us this summer for Land Ethic Leaders!
In A Sand County Almanac, Aldo Leopold set forth his most enduring idea–the “land ethic,” a moral responsibility of humans to care for the natural world. Leopold’s land ethic idea is extremely relevant in today’s society, but it can be difficult to define, discuss, and implement. To even begin that monumental task, we need leaders who are deeply committed to rolling up their sleeves and building a land ethic at the grassroots level in communities everywhere. We have developed a two-day workshop called Land Ethic Leaders to connect and build this grassroots network. Join us!
As a participant in Land Ethic Leaders, you will explore and deepen your own land ethic through outdoor observation, environmental service, and reflective discussions. Afterwards, you will walk away with new relationships, tools, ideas and facilitation skills that inspire creative ways to bring the land ethic back home.
Registration is open now for our June and August sessions of the Land Ethic Leader workshop. Learn more and register today!
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Wednesday, July 27th
Land Ethic Leader
Leopold Education Project Workshop
Gifts of Mother Earth Folk Art Workshop:
Birch Bark Basketry
Saturday, August 13th
Class: Walking Wildly with Leopold and Thoreau
Saturday, August 27th
Find Leopold events across the country!
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