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Revisiting the Wilderness: Conservation in Times of Rapid Change

Curt Meine is a conservation biologist, environmental historian, and writer based in Sauk County, Wisconsin.  He serves as Senior Fellow with the Aldo Leopold Foundation and the Center for Humans and Nature. Meine has authored and edited several books, including the award-winning biography Aldo Leopold:  His Life and Work (1988/2010) and The Driftless Reader (2017).


You could also include this Aldo Leopold quote:

Wilderness exists in all degrees, from the little accidental wild spot at the head of a ravine in a Corn Belt woodlot to vast expanses of virgin country. . . . Wilderness is a relative condition. — Aldo Leopold, “Wilderness as a Form of Land Use” (1925, 399)


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  • 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5


Affeldt Auditorium, 1309 Centennial Hall
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University of Wisconsin - La Crosse Centennial Hall


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