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Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time

July 29, 2016

6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Location:
Visitor Center Gallery

Community screening of the full-length film exploring the journey and legacy of Aldo Leopold.

FREE - compliments of Brian and Sandra Moroney

Registration required: 610-756-6961

This is a special opportunity to watch the Emmy Award winning documentary of the life and principles of Aldo Leopold. Considered the father of wildlife conservation and the US wilderness system, Leopold was also the author of many articles and studies with his most famous work being "A Sand County Almanac". He was also a forest ranger, a researcher, a professor, an advocate, and a visionary. Leopold was passionate about promoting the understanding of the connections between human communities and the natural world.

Please join us to view "Green Fire" at 6 pm, followed by light refreshments and discussion.

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