Upcoming Webinars

Aldo Leopold’s Land Ethic: A Product of Perspective

Wednesday, December 15 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Zoom Webinar

Steve Swenson, Program Director at the Aldo Leopold Foundation will share Aldo Leopold’s life story through historic photographs and Leopold’s writings to demonstrate how Leopold’s thinking changed over time. Throughout this historical narrative, Steve will weave the foundation’s current work to advance a land ethic. What is Aldo Leopold’s real first name? Why was A Sand County Almanac almost not published? What was Leopold’s title for his collection of essays? Join us and find out!

Presented by:
Steve Swenson
Steve is the Program Director for the Aldo Leopold Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Over the past 20 years, Steve’s career has advanced the ethical relationship between people and land through tangible conservation initiatives. He oversees the Education and Stewardship Programs of the foundation, which includes Aldo Leopold’s historic Shack, a National Historic Landmark. Regionally, Steve helps lead a public-private partnership called My Wisconsin Woods.

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