UW-FDL Continuing Education

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The film documents the evolution of Leopold's thinking, as his work led him to make contributions to fields of game management, forestry, ecosystems management, and watershed conservation, among others.

From the green fire incident to the Coon Valley conservation effort, the return of the sandhill cranes, and Wisconsin's Sand County as witnessed by Leopold scholar Susan Flader, the film captures the poignancy and hopefulness of Leopold's story. Engaging and often deeply moving, Green Fire is a fitting tribute to Leopold's life and work.