Other Leopold Events in 2009

Celebrating Leopold’s Legacy in New Mexico

Aldo Leopold Summer Institute, Prescott, Arizona

The Leopold Education Project, St. Paul, Minnesota

Living Leopold Conference:  The Land Ethic and the New Agrarianism, November 4-6, 2009, Albuquerque, New Mexico

November 4th, 2009
8:30am - 4:30pm - WATER SYMPOSIUM
Let the Water do the Work: Healing Incised Channels with Induced Meandering Induced Meandering is a proven and effective method for restoring health to degraded and incised stream channels in a variety of landforms. This seminar honors the accomplishments of of Aldo Leopold’s son, Luna Leopold. Invited speakers will explore watershed conditions, drainage patterns and riparian restoration throughout the Southwest.

8:30am - 5:00pm Dung Beetles, Bats, Beaver, Wolves, and Elk – Oh My!  Creating Harmony Between Livestock and Wildlife
The range school will explore practical strategies that promote coexistence between wildlife and livestock, including profitable economic approaches that promote conservation.

7:00 - 9:00pm Reading Leopold: the land ethic aloud
Essays, excerpts, and reminiscences of Aldo Leopold The Quivira Coalition’s 8th Annual Conference begins with an exceptional evening of Leopold readings, featuring: Estella Leopold (daughter of Aldo), retired professor of biology, Clare Kazanski (great granddaughter of Aldo), conservationist, Bill deBuys, author and conservationist, Linda Hasselstrom, author and rancher, Curt Meine, historian, and Gary Nabhan, author and research scientist.