ALNC’S FACILITY REMAINS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC

Even though our building is closed*, our trails are free and open to the public daily from dawn until dusk.
We invite you to come out and enjoy the Wonders of Nature…it’s good for the mind, body and soul.

ALNC will be opening for limited summer camp programs starting July 6th. Access to the building will be restricted to ALNC Staff and Summer Campers.

We thank you for your patience as we determine the right course of action.
Please stay tuned for more information and do not hesitate to contact us with questions at alnc@aldoleopoldnaturecenter.org.

*Please note our facility’s date of reopen to the public is based on public health recommendations and other factors.

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Public Lecture: Stephen Laubach – Redefining Conservation on the Leopold Memorial Reserve

May 3, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Join the Aldo Leopold Nature Center for Redefining Conservation on the Leopold Memorial Reserve: A New Era of Cooperative Land Stewardship, a free public lecture by author Stephen Laubach.

The land that is now the Leopold Memorial Reserve in Baraboo, Wisconsin, and the site of Leopold’s famous “shack,” provided the families of Aldo Leopold and Thomas Coleman an ideal setting for pioneering experiments in ecological restoration and cooperative conservation. Author Stephen Laubach will examine the evolution of the Reserve idea and how it demonstrates an innovative effort in private conservation connected to the land trust movement and community conservation.

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Stephen Laubach works for the UW Arboretum Earth Partnership program and is a writing consultant on cooperative conservation projects. He promotes ecological restoration and environmental stewardship in schools and communities. Laubach’s book, Living a Land Ethic, is available for sale, and Steve will remain after the talk to answer questions and sign copies.

This presentation, Tuesday, May 3, 6:00-7:00 PM, is free and open to the public. Following the lecture, participants are invited to enjoy Aldo Leopold Nature Center’s exhibits, including the Nina Leopold Bradley Family Phenology Center, Leopold footage in our new Immersion Theater, and a glimpse at our replica Leopold shack. Attendees are also invited to hike around our grounds, open until dusk. Exhibit admission and trail access is free for lecture attendees, though donations are appreciated!

Pre-registration for the lecture and tour is not required, but it’s recommended to RSVP below as space is limited.

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Date:
May 3, 2016
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6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Aldo Leopold Nature Center | Monona Campus
330 Femrite Drive
Monona, 53716 United States
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Phone:
(608) 221-0404

Aldo Leopold Nature Center