New Fall Course: Environmental Ethics Intensive


October 7-10, 2010, Madison, Wisconsin

This new class allows students to earn S-4 and/or A-4 competences through a four-day residential class held in Madison, Wisconsin.  Focusing on the work of environmentalist Aldo Leopold, the class uses as its text Leopold’s classic work, A Sand County Almanac.  Class includes tours of: Leopold “shack,” where he wrote the book; Leopold Legacy Center, the world’s “greenest” building; International Crane Foundation; Dane County Farmers Market; and restored prairie environments.  Students will be in residence at Holy Wisdom Retreat Center in Madison.  Due to limitations on space and transportation, only 17 students will be admitted.  In addition to tuition, fee of $475 ($375 if fully paid before June 15) covers accommodations, transportation during class, meals, and special guest lectures.  Students are responsible for providing their own transportation to Madison (shuttles can be arranged from airport).  Apply for admission directly to me, Patricia Monaghan at

More info and course description here.


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