Conservation in the 21st Century: Lessons from the Driftless Area to the World
February 14, 2023 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm$40.00
Presented by Curt Meine, Senior Fellow, Aldo Leopold Foundation/Center for Human and Nature; Adjunct Associate Professor, UW-Madison
The Driftless Area of the Upper Midwest is distinguished by its unique natural and cultural history. The region’s rugged landscape of ridges and valleys has presented special environmental challenges. The region has also fostered important innovations to meet those challenges. From the lifeways of the Native peoples of the Driftless, to early efforts in community-based conservation, to advancing organic agriculture, to enhancing climate resilience, these efforts hold important lessons for the wider world in addressing the critical environmental needs of the 21st century.
Luncheon-Lectures are held in the Arboretum Visitor Center Auditorium. A light lunch is followed by the educational presentation. This popular series fills up quickly, so register as soon as you can. Online registration is faster. Each lecture costs $40.
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Vegetarian meal requests can be accommodated. Check the vegetarian option box during registration. Two weeks advance notice is preferred.
Registration closes on February 3. This popular series fills up quickly, so register as soon as you can. Online registration is faster.
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