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Evening Programs: Leopold Week 2022
Hope Amidst Havoc: Exploring the Conservation Movement’s Past, Present, and Future with Michelle Nijhuis on 3/8

Especially in recent years, it has become no secret that the conservation movement has a troubling past. Where do we find hope in that history, and in currently emerging movements, for a brighter future? Join Beloved Beasts author Michelle Nijhuis to explore the people and places that created the conservation movement – and where Leopold and his impact fit in that grand timeline.

Beyond the Picturesque: Re-Envisioning Human-Land Relationships using Photography with Dr. Edgar Cardenas on 3/9

Have popular images of mountains and waterfalls, like those found in nature calendars, diluted our appreciation for our local nature spaces? Is there a way to nurture and deepen our appreciation for everyday ecologies through deep observation and communion with the land? Well-versed in Leopold and the convergence of artistic and scientific practices, Dr. Edgar Cardenas (author of Between Two Pines) shares and discusses his own photographic work exploring the subtleties of human-land relationships and Leopold Fellow Jackson Newman shares how Cardenas’s work has inspired his own photography on the Leopold Memorial Reserve.

Parks and Rec meets Berry and Leopold: Nick Offerman’s Growing Conservation Ethic with Nick Offerman & Buddy Huffaker on 3/10

How do we “comprehend, protect, and truly experience the outdoors,” even in fields outside of conservation? Actor, author, humorist and woodworker Nick Offerman explores this question in his latest book, Where the Deer and the Antelope Play. Join the Aldo Leopold Foundation, led by Buddy Huffaker, for an evening in conversation with Offerman as we search together for answers.

*All sessions will be recorded and posted for registrants following Leopold Week.
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