When: Fri., March 10, 9-10:30 a.m. 2017
Considered the father of wildlife ecology, Aldo Leopold called for an ethical and sustainable relationship between people and the environment. The Headwaters at Incarnate Word is an example of Leopold’s “land ethic” philosophy—a protected place that is an urban wildlife sanctuary and a sanctuary for humans to connect with nature and themselves. Explore the refuge through a walk focused on the social and ecological legacy of Aldo Leopold, scientist and philosopher. Alex Scott Antram, environmental anthropologist and Executive Director, Headwaters at Incarnate Word will lead the walk. The program is limited to 12. Please register online.