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What is a
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(and how do we build one?)
In Your Words…
#LeopoldConference participants define a Land Ethic
Where do we
Feel at Home?
(What heart places inform our
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#LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
Anne Skalski
Charlottesville, Virginia
“My heart place is
where wild things
humble me and
implode my
feelings of awe.”
#Le...
Carolyn
Watkins
Columbus, Ohio
“Clintonville ravines: inside-the-outerbelt
woodlands home to barred owls, fox kits,
spotte...
Masi Mejia
Encinal, Texas
“My heart place
is in Texas,
preferably
holding a
horned lizard.”
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Doug Mering
Baraboo, Wisconsin
“The outdoors with
people who love it too.”
#LeopoldConference participants
share places th...
“The environment isn’t
over here. The
environment isn’t over
there. You are the
environment.”
-Chief Oren Lyons
Rob Hunt
Springfield, Missouri
“A narrow spring-
fed Ozark stream
that flows through
cracks, crevices,
and caves, along
lo...
Drew
Lanham
Clemson, SC
“Conservation is simply caring and connecting.
Love is the ethic that binds it together.”
#Leopold...
“So when you say environment, or
preservation of environment, it is
related with many things. Ultimately
the decision must...
Tara Morrison
Minneapolis, Minnesota
“Northwest Montana - the
mountains, the forests, the
riversides...I love it all!”
#Le...
Don
Schooner
Weston, Ohio
“My small piece of utopia that I call Schooner
Farms. Where I am fortunate to spend almost
every...
Liu Bingwan
Heilongjiang Province, China
“Let us work together to
build a better world for
human beings and wildlife.”
#Le...
Marc Hirrel
Little Rock, Arkansas
An Alder Fork Haiku
Trout fights,
river rolls by
Infused with
water's spirit
Connecting ...
Kim Kaseman
Waterville, Ohio
#LeopoldConference participants
share places that inform
their land ethic
Karen
Lanier
Upton, Kentucky
“South Fork, Colorado: I learned to camp,
fish, hike, explore, watch wildlife, get lost,
get ...
Kimberly
Blaeser
Lyons, Wisconsin
“When I lose myself in natural spaces, come
untethered from the now, the static
compartm...
“There is a way that nature
speaks, that land speaks. Most
of the time we are simply not
patient enough, quiet enough,
to ...
Grace
Vosen
Baraboo, Wisconsin
“The Driftless with its gently rolling bluffs and
streams is the most beautiful landscape t...
Kathleen Yeadon
Beech Grove, Indiana
#LeopoldConference participants
share places that inform
their land ethic
Tovar
Cerulli
Montpelier, Vermont
“In the distance
is the place they call Lord's Hill.
Under the temple dome of the sky,
t...
Deborah Hinchcliffe
Fairwater, Wisconsin
#LeopoldConference participants
share places that inform
their land ethic
“All of life is interrelated.
We are all caught in an
inescapable network of
mutuality, tied to a single
garment of destin...
Susie Ruby
Sperry, Oklahoma
“The place where wind heals
all, no man-made structures,
tall or short-grass vistas and
heart ...
Douglas
Wagoner
Lainesville, Indiana
“No one particular place but any place wild that
embodies unaltered landscapes and ec...
Jen
Kobylecky
Baraboo, WI
“Sitting by Moskey Basin on
Isle Royale National Park,
under Lake Superior's spell.”
#LeopoldCon...
Maria
Arnold
Falls Church,
Virginia
“On the beach, especially early or late when the
only sounds are waves, wind, and a fe...
Kristin Alana
Baum
Readstown, Wisconsin
“The Upper
Mississippi River
Flyway in
Southwest
Wisconsin / the
Driftless Region....
Ryan
Adams
Pablo, MT
“My heart place is the Mission valley,
located in western Montana. It is the
place I call home.”
#Leo...
Roberta
Moore
Baker, NV
“South Snake Range, NV and Desert
Experimental Range Station, UT - in the heart
of the hydro-graph...
“Those who contemplate the
beauty of the earth find reserves
of strength that will endure as long
as life lasts.There is s...
Kathleen
Cowens
Springfield, MO
#LeopoldConference participants
share places that inform
their land ethic
Celeste
Prussia
Ava, Missouri
#LeopoldConference
participants share
places that inform
their land ethic
“Taken in 2012 dur...
Jeannine
Richards
Baraboo, WI
#LeopoldConference
participants share
places that inform
their land ethic
Heart Places
in Words…
“A quiet place to communicate with nature.”
-RayThompson, Sumpter, SC
“An oak savanna with a small stream.”
-Jerry Sanders...
“Family land, intergenerational care.”
-Justin Hougham, Baraboo,WI
“My house sits in a woods, and I feel most aligned
with...
“The fresh air, clean water, and green hills
of Devil's Lake State Park,Wisconsin.”
Steve Swenson, Baraboo, WI
“A valley e...
“EastTexas PineyWoods, the western
extension of the great Southern forest.”
-Dan Utley, Pflugerville,TX
“Surrounded by lus...
“Walking on a rain-drizzled beach in Oregon.Watching
the moon float by. Listening to the wolves.”
Tina Krause,Winona, MN
“...
“Nebraska’s Platte River: rich in history year-
round; filled with cranes, geese, and wonder
each spring.”
-Doreen Pfost, ...
“Any wild place where all wild things, each with
their own melodius note, in complex harmony,
make beautiful songs.”
-Dian...
“Any permanent or semi-permanent wetland in
the Prairie Pothole Region embedded and
surrounded by native prairie.”
-Erv Kl...
“Alone in the woods. A light murmur of wind. No
phone. No electricity.Crossing paths with
nature. Connected & detached.”
-...
“Kaçkar Mountains: because in this amazing
area, there are remnant wild lands, untouched
since times immemorial.”
-Ufuk Oz...
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Add your own thoughts on the land ethic and
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A land ethic is about caring for people and caring for places. Here, participants in the 2015 Building a Land Ethic conference share the places, people, and words that inspire and inform their land ethic.

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Land Ethic Heart Places

  1. 1. Welcome!
  2. 2. Get Social! Post on social media with #LeopoldConference and tag our pages to let us know what you think! @AldoLeopoldFoundation @AldoLeopoldFdn @leopoldfoundation
  3. 3. Sponsors- Thank You! Estella Leopold Racine, Walworth, and Dane County Chapters of Pheasants Forever International Crane Foundation Organic Valley Luann Sewell Waters
  4. 4. What is a Land Ethic? (and how do we build one?)
  5. 5. In Your Words… #LeopoldConference participants define a Land Ethic
  6. 6. Where do we Feel at Home? (What heart places inform our shared land ethic?)
  7. 7. #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  8. 8. Anne Skalski Charlottesville, Virginia “My heart place is where wild things humble me and implode my feelings of awe.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  9. 9. Carolyn Watkins Columbus, Ohio “Clintonville ravines: inside-the-outerbelt woodlands home to barred owls, fox kits, spotted salamanders, and trilliums.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  10. 10. Masi Mejia Encinal, Texas “My heart place is in Texas, preferably holding a horned lizard.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  11. 11. Doug Mering Baraboo, Wisconsin “The outdoors with people who love it too.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  12. 12. “The environment isn’t over here. The environment isn’t over there. You are the environment.” -Chief Oren Lyons
  13. 13. Rob Hunt Springfield, Missouri “A narrow spring- fed Ozark stream that flows through cracks, crevices, and caves, along logs, boulders, moss and ferns.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  14. 14. Drew Lanham Clemson, SC “Conservation is simply caring and connecting. Love is the ethic that binds it together.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  15. 15. “So when you say environment, or preservation of environment, it is related with many things. Ultimately the decision must come from the human heart, isn’t that right? So I think the key point is genuine sense of universal responsibility which is based on love, compassion and clear awareness.” -The Dalai Lama
  16. 16. Tara Morrison Minneapolis, Minnesota “Northwest Montana - the mountains, the forests, the riversides...I love it all!” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  17. 17. Don Schooner Weston, Ohio “My small piece of utopia that I call Schooner Farms. Where I am fortunate to spend almost every day of my existence.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  18. 18. Liu Bingwan Heilongjiang Province, China “Let us work together to build a better world for human beings and wildlife.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  19. 19. Marc Hirrel Little Rock, Arkansas An Alder Fork Haiku Trout fights, river rolls by Infused with water's spirit Connecting to all. #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  20. 20. Kim Kaseman Waterville, Ohio #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  21. 21. Karen Lanier Upton, Kentucky “South Fork, Colorado: I learned to camp, fish, hike, explore, watch wildlife, get lost, get hurt, and pee under MY tree.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  22. 22. Kimberly Blaeser Lyons, Wisconsin “When I lose myself in natural spaces, come untethered from the now, the static compartmentalized world, then I find my spiritual home.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  23. 23. “There is a way that nature speaks, that land speaks. Most of the time we are simply not patient enough, quiet enough, to pay attention to the story. -Linda Hogan
  24. 24. Grace Vosen Baraboo, Wisconsin “The Driftless with its gently rolling bluffs and streams is the most beautiful landscape to me, even after traveling.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  25. 25. Kathleen Yeadon Beech Grove, Indiana #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  26. 26. Tovar Cerulli Montpelier, Vermont “In the distance is the place they call Lord's Hill. Under the temple dome of the sky, this is my kind of church.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  27. 27. Deborah Hinchcliffe Fairwater, Wisconsin #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  28. 28. “All of life is interrelated. We are all caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied to a single garment of destiny.Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly.” -Martin Luther King, Jr.
  29. 29. Susie Ruby Sperry, Oklahoma “The place where wind heals all, no man-made structures, tall or short-grass vistas and heart and soul are freed.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  30. 30. Douglas Wagoner Lainesville, Indiana “No one particular place but any place wild that embodies unaltered landscapes and ecosystems and is vibrant with life.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  31. 31. Jen Kobylecky Baraboo, WI “Sitting by Moskey Basin on Isle Royale National Park, under Lake Superior's spell.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  32. 32. Maria Arnold Falls Church, Virginia “On the beach, especially early or late when the only sounds are waves, wind, and a few birds calling to each other.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  33. 33. Kristin Alana Baum Readstown, Wisconsin “The Upper Mississippi River Flyway in Southwest Wisconsin / the Driftless Region.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  34. 34. Ryan Adams Pablo, MT “My heart place is the Mission valley, located in western Montana. It is the place I call home.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  35. 35. Roberta Moore Baker, NV “South Snake Range, NV and Desert Experimental Range Station, UT - in the heart of the hydro-graphic Great Basin.” #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  36. 36. “Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts.There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature– the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter.” -Rachel Carson
  37. 37. Kathleen Cowens Springfield, MO #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  38. 38. Celeste Prussia Ava, Missouri #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic “Taken in 2012 during an LEP state coordinator meeting. This is an environment in which I feel at home because of the company of friends who hold great significance in my life.”
  39. 39. Jeannine Richards Baraboo, WI #LeopoldConference participants share places that inform their land ethic
  40. 40. Heart Places in Words…
  41. 41. “A quiet place to communicate with nature.” -RayThompson, Sumpter, SC “An oak savanna with a small stream.” -Jerry Sanders, Fairwater,WI “Anywhere I can’t hear cars and the sounds and sights of nature abound.” -Rachel Starnes,Wilmington, OH “Wisconsin.” -Tim Eisele, Madison,WI
  42. 42. “Family land, intergenerational care.” -Justin Hougham, Baraboo,WI “My house sits in a woods, and I feel most aligned with the plants and animals there.” -Sharon Dunwoody, Madison,WI “Michigan woods, the Great Lakes, the Smoky Mountains, the Adirondack Mountains.” -Lisa Eddy, Adrian, MI
  43. 43. “The fresh air, clean water, and green hills of Devil's Lake State Park,Wisconsin.” Steve Swenson, Baraboo, WI “A valley edged by limestone bluffs, creek and pond.Wetland, woodland, and prairie. Silent and strong.” -Page Baldwin, Madison,WI “In the forest and by the sea.” -Susan Setterlin,Columbus, OH
  44. 44. “EastTexas PineyWoods, the western extension of the great Southern forest.” -Dan Utley, Pflugerville,TX “Surrounded by lush green nature and a warm sun.” -Laura Zajicek-Bagenski, Kenosha,WI “TheTallgrass Prairie in Osage County, Oklahoma.” -LuannWaters,Wynnewood, OK “Outside, ideally in wide open spaces.” -Suzanne Hirrel, Little Rock, AR
  45. 45. “Walking on a rain-drizzled beach in Oregon.Watching the moon float by. Listening to the wolves.” Tina Krause,Winona, MN “Mountains, stars, living water & soil, sapphire sky, diverse vegetation, sun, rain, breezes, bird sounds, snug shelter.” -Barbara Bolles, Bainbridge Island,WA “Ancient bluffs embracing the lake where spirit, energy, aliveness fill me with deep stillness and wild ecstatic dancing.” -Ruthann Corrao, Prairie Du Sac,WI
  46. 46. “Nebraska’s Platte River: rich in history year- round; filled with cranes, geese, and wonder each spring.” -Doreen Pfost, Elroy,WI “My 93-acre home: where I strive to know the parts of the land and interact with those parts in positive restorative ways.” -StanTemple, Mazomanie,WI “My heart place is a sun-dappled landscape with ancient trees, crisp water and rich soil. It is humming with life!” -SashaWohlpart, Cedar Falls, IA
  47. 47. “Any wild place where all wild things, each with their own melodius note, in complex harmony, make beautiful songs.” -Diana Nowels,Toledo, OH “Hiking into wilderness to a secluded campsite with access to waterfalls, wildlife, nature and a clear view of the skies.” -KimberlyWaites, Birmingham,AL “A question to ponder - one is a lake in Maine where family gathers in summer.” -Patricia Becker, Madison,WI
  48. 48. “Any permanent or semi-permanent wetland in the Prairie Pothole Region embedded and surrounded by native prairie.” -Erv Klaas,Ames, IA “My big two-chambered heart loves Kauai's natural mtns and beaches and the dry basins and range country of the southwest.” -Tony Chiaviello, Houston,TX “Where the wind, water and mountains meet.” -Gail Luera, Ann Arbor, MI “The wildlife area on my farm.” -Lou Best, Bluffton, OH
  49. 49. “Alone in the woods. A light murmur of wind. No phone. No electricity.Crossing paths with nature. Connected & detached.” -Matt Schoeffler, Sun Prairie,WI “My heart lies with the wind.The wind that is carried amongst the birds in the trees, wildlife below, and their habitat.” -Kari Smith, Pablo, MT “Sleeping Dunes where I grew up and learned to ID trees and birds;Togwotee Pass,WY– here I studied the subalpine.” -John Latimer, Grand Rapids, MN
  50. 50. “Kaçkar Mountains: because in this amazing area, there are remnant wild lands, untouched since times immemorial.” -Ufuk Ozdag,Ankara,Turkey “Winter hiking in the woods.” -KathleenYeadon, Beech Grove, IN “It isWisconsin. It is where my grandparents, without knowing it, taught me to love the land and its treasures.” -KathleenCowens, Springfield, MO
  51. 51. Aren’t These Great? Add your own thoughts on the land ethic and heart places by posting on social media with the hashtag #LeopoldConference. And tag us! @AldoLeopoldFoundation @AldoLeopoldFdn @leopoldfoundation

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