Aldo Leopold in New Mexico

Saturday, April 21, 3pm at UUWC

Don Becker, UU Westside Social Action Committee and Westside Forum chair, announces:

Anthony “Tony” Anella  presenting

Aldo Leopold in New Mexico & New Mexico in Aldo Leopold.

Admission is free; donations are accepted. Please calendar the event and tell your friends about this opportunity to learn more about the practical aspects and issues related to ecology through the life of a major pioneer for modern environmental concerns and issues.

Aldo Leopold authored the environmental classics: A Sand County Almanac and Round River. He worked for the Forest Service as well as being a naturalist, educator, and writer. He promoted a land ethic based upon “How can we live on the land without spoiling it?” Thinking Like a Mountain!

Mr. Anella is board secretary of the Aldo Leopold Foundation in Wisconsin and as a board member of the New Mexico Land Conservancy.  Mr. Anella is an artist, a writer, a designer, and an architect.  The professional accomplishment he is most proud of is the protection from development of 30,828 acres of the Montosa Ranch with a conservation easement.  This project is profiled in SAVING THE RANCH: Conservation Easement Design in the American West, Island Press (2004), which Mr.Anella co-authored with John B. Wright.