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Free screening of Green Fire!

March 21, 2012
8:00 pmto10:00 pm

March 21st: Swannanoa, NC, Warren Wilson College, Canon Lounge, 8:00 pm

Join us for a free screening of ‘Green Fire.’ You might know Aldo Leopold from his classic work ‘A Sand County Almanac’, but this is the first full-length documentary film ever made about his extraordinary life and career.

Aldo Leopold: Author of A Sand County Almanac and one of the founders of The Wilderness Society.

We’ll have a special guest–Curt Meine, the author of the ‘Green Fire’ book and host of the film, and after each screening he’ll be joined by local conservation leaders to talk about today’s Leopold Land ethic.

A long list of great groups made this happen, have to thank ’em all: the NC Leopold Education Project, the NC Cooperative Extension, The Wilderness Society, the Western North Carolina Alliance, The Nature Conservancy, the United States Forest Service, and the Land Trust for the Little Tennessee, the Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy, the Student Environmental Center at UNCA, and the Environmental Leadership Center at Warren Wilson College.

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