Join us as we kick off our 2024 season of "A Land Ethic Workshop." This free, introductory session will be held at Hitchcock Nature Center and is perfect for anyone with an interest in conservation and a desire to develop a better understanding of the natural world outside their own front door. Join us and celebrated educator Ron Cisar as we introduce participants to our 10-month-long programming series, "A Land Ethic Workshop".
Participants in this introductory session will study and learn:
This session is free for all attendees and is intended for participants aged 14 and older with an interest in the natural world. No experience or prior knowledge is required to participate. Online pre-registration is required as space is limited. For questions not answered online please call 712-545-3283.
About "A Land Ethic Workshop"
Following the life work of naturalist Aldo Leopold, participants in this unique, 10-month-long programming series will gain a deeper understanding of our local ecosystems through study and discussion of seasonal ecology and will connect with others who share a passion for nature.
Register for the full programming series by Friday, March 15th to receive a 50% discount along with a copy of "A Sand County Almanac" and a blank journal for use during the class. Participants do not need to attend every session to enjoy this programming series.
The cost to register for all 2024 "A Land Ethic Workshop" programs is $75. Individual programs are $15 each. For questions not answered online please call 712-545-3283.
Program series topics and dates:
About Ron Cisar
"A Land Ethic Workshop" is created & taught by biologist and Leopold scholar Ron Cisar. Ron taught science and biology in the Omaha Public Schools district for 32 years and at Iowa Western Community College as assistant Professor Emeritus until 2017. He is nationally recognized as a singer-songwriter, has spent time leading educational and research programs in national parks, and is the recipient of numerous awards for excellence in education.
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