2015: Teaching and Learning Across Boundaries

Our 2015 Building a Land Ethic Conference was hosted primarily at the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County and spanned three days, beginning at 1:00 pm on Thursday, Aug. 13, and ending at 1:00 pm on Saturday, Aug. 15. We also offered pre-conference workshops on Wednesday, August 12.

The overall theme for the 2015 conference was “Teaching and Learning Across Boundaries.”


Additional Programs

  • Drew Lanham facilitated a panel discussion with Leslie Weldon, Cynthia Martinez, and Nicole Jackson on how diversity and inclusion efforts are being implemented in various settings. View the panel discussion
  • Curt Meine facilitated a panel discussion with Stan Temple, Jed Meunier, and Susan Flader on how different aspects of Leopold’s legacy have continued to evolve and remain relevant in the 21st century. View the panel discussion
  • Jim Pfitzer performed A Standard of Change, his first person Leopold performance.
  • Concurrent session presentations explored Leopold’s ideas in youth education, conservation projects and partnerships, art, science, and community engagement.
  • A pre-conference workshop shared the Leopold Education Project curriculum with educators.

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