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Land Ethic: A Sand County Almanac 75th Anniversary

Buddy Huffaker, President of the Aldo Leopold Foundation, highlights Leopold's special role in forestry conservation, noting, "Leopold's powerful voice continues to guide individuals, helping them reconcile their feelings with current events, and inspiring meaningful actions growing from an ethic of care that includes all places, and all people.” A Sand County Almanac leads readers through the diverse landscapes of Leopold’s experience. It culminates in the influential essay "The Land Ethic," in which Leopold calls for social responsibility toward the natural world. Leopold writes, “Nothing so important as an ethic is ever written…it evolves in the minds of a thinking community.” This lecture is part of the 2024 Starker Lecture Series.

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Wednesday, April 3 at 3:30pm to 5:00pm

George W. Peavy Forest Science Center (PFSC), 117
3100 SW Jefferson Way Corvallis, OR 97333

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Lecture or Presentation


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College of Forestry
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Irene Schoppy

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