Leopold Week (March 5-14, 2021) at Radnor Lake State Natural Area

Each year in the first week and weekend in March, organizations and individuals across the country come together to celebrate Aldo Leopold and a land ethic through community readings, film screenings, outdoor activities, and more. This year at Radnor Lake State Natural Area, in honor of Leopold Week (March 5-14, 2021) we will be offering a series of special ranger led interpretive programs, volunteer events, etc…. as we celebrate Leopold’s mission to inspire care for land and all living things, and build an ethic of care in our own communities.

Published in 1949 as the finale to A Sand County Almanac, Aldo Leopold’s “Land Ethic” essay is a call for moral responsibility to the natural world. At its core, the idea of a land ethic is simply caring: about people, about land, and about strengthening the relationships between them.

On-line registration is required and will be limited to 9 participants.  Safety mask are required and will be worn whenever we cannot maintain 6’ or more distance during these programs due to COVID-19 safety protocols at Radnor Lake. For more information about these interpretive program opportunities, please visit:   https://tnstateparks.com/parks/events/radnor-lake/#/?park=radnor-lake