A daughter recalls the story of the Leopold family and their Wisconsin “Shack” experience.
This 51-minute DVD recounts the biography of Wisconsin’s premier environmentalist, Aldo Leopold, and the story of how he and his family learned from the land and each other at their weekend retreat, the “Shack”.
Featuring first-hand accounts by his daughter, Nina Leopold Bradley, and historic family photos, the film also includes dramatic readings shot on location at the Shack from Leopold’s famous book, A Sand County Almanac. The film is designed for fourth grade audiences and older.
DVDs cost $15 each (+ $3.50 shipping and handling)
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