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Audubon Conservation Ranching Webinar: An Emerging Land Ethic

Join ranchers and Audubon staff as we discuss our Conservation Ranching Initiative. Thursday, September 03, 2020, 6:00pm CST

In the culminating essay of Aldo Leopold's most celebrated work, A Sand County Almanac, he introduces the prevailing idea of “land ethic,” or mankind’s moral responsibility to the natural world. But did you know that he also wrote an essay in Audubon magazine in 1942 that essentially proposed the concept of market-based conservation and the potential power of the consumer?

In this free, one-hour webinar we will look at how the Audubon Conservation Ranching Initiative seeks to turn Leopold's bold ideas into reality, with beneficial outcomes for the land, birds, and the ranchers that bring conservation ethics to the management of their lands. Learn how you can further this ideology through food purchases that bear the Audubon certification seal.
 
Joining our panel discussion will be Dan O’Brien, Author, Rancher & Owner of Wild Idea BuffaloAdrienne Larrew, Rancher & Owner of Corner Post MeatsJosh Lefers, Rancher & Audubon Dakota staff, Matt Allshouse, Rancher & Audubon California staff, and Dusty Downey, Rancher & Audubon Rockies staff.

Register here
Cost: Free

Lark Bunting Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon

First Fridays Virtual: Regenerative Grazing

This Friday! Join the conversation on regenerative grazing. Leading the one-hour virtual program will be Kevin Sedivec NDSU, Deanna & Cody Sand from Sand Ranch-Prairie Soul Meats, whose ranch is enrolled in the Audubon Conservation Ranching Initiative, and Marshall Johnson, Executive Director of Audubon Dakota.

Join via Zoom or Facebook: http://foodofthenorth.com/firstfridays

Did you miss the Virtual Fargo Birding Festival?

Well, you're in luck! Check out the video below to watch Audubon Dakota Advisory Board Member and virtual bird guide extraodinaire, Grant Mehring as he journeys through the trails of Forest River Nature Park to bring spring migration to you! Special thanks to the Fargo-Moorhead Convention & Visitors Bureau for helping us bring the birds to you!

Audubon Dakota Virtual Birding Festival

If you would like more information or to volunteer at our upcoming events please send us an email at dakota@audubon.org

2020 Chapter Meeting Dates

Fargo-Moorhead Audubon Society Next Meeting TBA 6:30pm @ Moorhead Public Library Topic: 
Grand Forks Audubon Society  Next Meeting TBA 6:45pm @ EGF Campbell Public Library Topic: 
 

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