Join us for a week of virtual programming! March marks the return of geese, the flow of maple sap, and the celebration of Leopold Week! Each year around the first week and weekend of March, organizations and individuals across the country come together to celebrate Aldo Leopold and a land ethic through community readings, film screenings, outdoor activities, and more. From the first planned event in Lodi Wisconsin in 2000 to the plethora of events held today, Leopold Week has been going strong for over 20 years now, bringing people from every corner of the United States and across the globe together in celebration of Aldo Leopold’s lasting legacy.
We invite you to Explore Your Sense of Place this Leopold Week through a speaker series designed to connect us with the natural landscape through food, history, writing, photography, recreation, and land care — the same tenets the Leopolds used to connect to their Shack and farm. Join thousands of individuals across the globe in a week of virtual programming that will leave you reflective of your own relationship with nature, inspired to learn more, and connected to others that care for natural and human communities alike.
We simply can’t wait to learn from these entertaining and engaging presenters who all exude a passion for things wild and free! Check out the lineup and register below. All who register will receive a recording of the sessions to be watched and shared again, and again. You won’t want to miss this!
Hope Amidst Havoc: Tuesday, March 8th – Michelle Nijhuis
Beyond the Picturesque: Wednesday, March 9th – Edgar Cardenas
Parks and Rec Meets Berry and Leopold: Thursday, March 10th – Nick Offerman
Feeding Your Conservation Ethic: Tuesday, March 8th – Luke Zahm
Living a Land Ethic: Friday, March 11th – 2022 Leadership Fellows
Explore Your Sense of Place: Friday, March 4th – Buddy Huffaker
Nature Nurturing: Wednesday, March 9th – Christine Peterson