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Green Fire Then, Now, and Tomorrow: Examining an Evolving Land Ethic

March 11, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Ten years ago, Green Fire, the first full-length documentary film about legendary conservation thinker Aldo Leopold and his seminal idea of a land ethic was released. Today, the land ethic continues to evolve in the minds of thinking communities around the world. In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Green Fire, the Aldo Leopold Foundation is bringing together diverse voices from the film, including Bill McDonald, Curt Meine, Leslie Weldon, and Michael Howard, to reflect on how the land ethic has evolved since the film first premiered and how we can work together to forge a more inclusive and resilient ethic of care for the decade ahead.

Fire up your popcorn machine and get ready for a night of riveting dialogue, nostalgic movie clips, and a behind-the-scenes narrative on the past, present, and future of conservation through the eyes of the cast!
This event is free, but spots are limited and registrations are required. Don’t miss your chance to join the celebration—register to secure your spot today:
This event is part of the Building an Ethic of Care series hosted by the Aldo Leopold Foundation in celebration of Leopold Week 2021 (March 5-14th). You can view the full lineup of events in the Building an Ethic of Care Series below, or by clicking here →


March 11, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm