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Interested in hosting anAldo Leopold-inspired event in your community? You’ve come to the right place!
Individuals and groups hold Leopold-themed events at many different times of the year, but these events are especially popular during the officialAldo Leopold Weekend在威斯康星州（三月的第一个周末）和Leopold Week在爱荷华州（三月的第一周）。
Popular activities for Leopold-themed events include:
For additional information and ideas for planning and hosting your community event, download ourLeopold Event Planning Guide(PDF). See also: “Five Ideas for Celebrating Aldo Leopold Weekend in 2016.”
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Aldo Leopold Week and Weekend (shortened to “Leopold Week”) offers a chance for communities to come together around Leopold’s idea of a土地伦理. In Wisconsin, Aldo Leopold Weekend is typically celebrated each year during the first weekend in March.
Leopold Weekend began in the state on March 4, 2000, when the citizens of Lodi, WI, gathered to readA Sand County Almanacaloud, cover to cover. Dubbed “Lodi Reads Leopold,” the event was so inspiring and successful that its organizer, the Friends of Scenic Lodi Valley, decided it should be an annual experience.
The spark caught on. One year later, in March 2004, Governor James Doyle signed bipartisan legislation designating the first weekend in March “Aldo Leopold Weekend” across Wisconsin.
We want to help make your event a success! For additional information and ideas for planning and hosting your community event, download ourLeopold Event Planning Guide(PDF). See also: “Five Ideas for Celebrating Aldo Leopold Weekend in 2016.”
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