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Classes and Workshops

InA Sand County Almanac, Aldo Leopold set forth his most enduring ideal: the “土地伦理,” a moral responsibility of humans to care for people and the land, and strengthen the connections between them.

With this in mind, the foundation’s classes and workshops are designed to increase participants’ ecological literacy, help them realize their own visions for conservation, and train them in practical, everyday methods of proper land care.

Land Ethic Leaders

Based inLeopold’sown teaching method, “observe, participate, reflect,” this two-day program prepares participants to connect wider audiences to Leopold’s土地伦理, and helps them deepen their own understanding of this idea. Attendees come away with new relationships, tools, ideas, and facilitation skills for articulating their vision; bringing their values into action; and inspiring others to do the same.

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Land Care Classes

Since 1998, the Leopold Foundation has been helping people who are responsible for managing both public and private lands to learn practical skills and techniques in land care. Current offerings include chainsaw safety and an introduction to prescribed burning.

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View ourcalendarto find upcoming dates for our classes and workshops.