Conversations about People, Land, & Community: A Sand County Almanac Revisited' at REI community room

Sunday, 17 September, 2017

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There are two things that interest me.  The relationship of people to each other and the relationship of people to land.” -- Aldo Leopold, A Sand County Almanac

The Capital Region Land Conservancy, Richmond's local land trust, is hosting free, public events intended to bring awareness to the need for a "land ethic" (as conceived by legendary conservationist Aldo Leopold) in the Richmond region.  The program will begin with a screening  of  the 50 minute version of "Green Fire: A Land Ethic for Our Time", a documentary about Leopold's life, work, and legacy.  The audience will then participate in small group readings of excerpts from Leopold's  essays and engage in a facilitated reflection exploring how we, together as a community, can bring Leopold's wisdom to our conscientious care for the patches of earth, big and small, that we call home.

The events are free, but registration is required. Click here to register.

Cost

FREE, but registration required

Venue

REI community room
2020 Old Brick Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060

Event Contact

Laura Greenleaf

Phone: 804-629-1229
Website: Click to Visit

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