Film Screening: Green Fire (2011) with director Steve Dunsky

Date: 06/06/2024
Time: 7:00 pm-8:30 pm

Aldo Leopold is one of the best known conservationists of the twentieth century. He is considered the father of the national wilderness system and champion of wildlife management and ecological restoration. His book A Sand County Almanac inspires us to see the natural world as a community to which we belong and instills in us a land ethic, a moral code of conduct that stems from nature’s interconnected relationships. Green Fire explores Leopold’s personal journey of observation and understanding and reveals how his ideas resonate today with people across the entire American landscape, from inner cities to the remotest wildlands. The film portrays how Leopold’s vision of a community that cares about both people and land—his call for a land ethic—ties all of these modern conservation stories together and offers inspiration and insight for the future, on Earth Day and every day.

Green Fire director Steve Dunsky will be at this screening to do a Q+A session with the audience after the film. The film is 1 hour, 13 minutes long. Please register for this program here. 

Green Fire was produced by the Aldo Leopold Foundation, the U.S. Forest Service and the Center for Humans and Nature. The Aldo Leopold Foundation is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization based in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Headquartered at the Leopold Center just down the road from the Aldo Leopold Shack and Farm, the foundation works to connect people and the natural world through Aldo Leopold’s legacy.



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