Two Weeks Left to Register for

Land Ethic Leaders
at the Watershed Center
in Springfield, MO

In A Sand County Almanac, Aldo Leopold set forth his most enduring idea, the “land ethic,” a moral responsibility of humans to the natural world. Land Ethic Leaders enables community leaders to create opportunities for rich and productive dialogue about how and why people value nature.
Join us!

Day 1 – 6pm-8pm: Welcome and introductions, watch and discuss the Green Fire film and enjoy a lecture on Leopold’s connections to Missouri with environmental historian Susan Flader.
Day 2 – 8:30am-7:30pm: Instruction and practice in the observe, participate, reflect model, mixed with a series of discussions with other participants and an environmental service project. Timing includes dinner and social hour.
Day 3 – 9am-5pm: Additional instruction and practice, outdoor activities, and program planning time.

The cost for the two and a half day workshop is $100.

Registration deadline: October 31

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