Biologist Discusses Connecting Conservation Across the Landscape; Watch Webcast
Dr. Curt Meine, director for conservation biology and history with the Chicago-based Center for Humans and Nature and senior fellow with the Aldo Leopold Foundation spoke on Thursday, February 9. Meine’s lecture was titled, “From Wild Lands to Working Lands to Urban Lands: Connecting Conservation Across the Landscape.”
Meine is a conservation biologist who has worked on projects involving biodiversity conservation planning, sustainable agriculture, international development, crane and wetland conservation, and community-based conservation.
Meine wrote the biography on Aldo Leopold, a legendary environmentalist, titled “Aldo Leopold: His Life and Work.” He has also authored “Correction Lines: Essays on Land, Leopold, and Conservation.”
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