The Aldo Leopold Foundation is excited to partner with Midwest Renewable Energy Association on the 30th Anniversary Energy Fair in Custer, Wisconsin. The Energy Fair is the longest-running event of its kind, focused on clean energy and sustainability and drawing over 10,000 attendees each summer to learn, connect, and take action. The three-day event features speakers, workshops, demonstrations, activities, an artisan market, live music, and more. Find us at booth A24 all weekend, or join us for one (or more!) of the following speakers.
The Aldo Leopold Foundation with My Wisconsin Woods is co-hosting the Land Ethics Track on Saturday in the White Flag Tent.
10:00 am – What about My Woodlands? with John Nielsen, Nielsen and Nielsen Forestry LLC
11:00 am – Managing Your Land – Getting Started with Carl Cotter & Steve Swenson, Aldo Leopold Foundation
12:00 pm – An Introduction to Woodland Invasives with Kelly Kearns, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
2:00 pm – Aldo Leopold, Phenology, and Climate Change with Stan Temple Aldo Leopold Foundation
3:00 pm – Managing Woodland Habitat for Birds with Yoyi Steele, Wisconsin Important Bird Area and Mike Mossman, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
4:00 pm – Managing Your Land for Wildlife with Matt Weegman, National Wild Turkey Federation
The Aldo Leopold Foundation is pleased to sponsor Sunday’s keynote speaker.
12:00 pm – Making Connections for a Resilient Future: Building on a Land Ethic with Curt Meine, Aldo Leopold Foundation
Free Buses to the Energy Fair
Free shuttles are available from the Milwaukee, Madison, and Eau Claire areas on Saturday. Free shuttles also run daily from Stevens Point. For more information on shuttles, lodging, and more click here.