Conservation movement examined
Interested persons may explore the success of the conservation movement in the U.S. and how modern day pioneers in ecologically based agriculture hold the promise to feed a growing population while restoring the health of the planet. Brainerd Are...
Interested persons may explore the success of the conservation movement in the U.S. and how modern day pioneers in ecologically based agriculture hold the promise to feed a growing population while restoring the health of the planet. Brainerd Area Environmental Learning Network (BAELN) officials said speaker Jim Chamberlin will discuss the History of Conservation and the Hope of Restorative Agriculture at 3 p.m. Sept. 18. This event is free of charge and open to the public. Following the presentation and discussion there will be time for networking with the speaker and audience participants. It will be at the Crow Wing County Land Services Building, Meeting Room 2 (lower level), 322 Laurel Street, Brainerd. The Land Services building is located just south of the historic courthouse. Park in the Crow Wing County Visitor Parking Lot on the corner of Laurel and Fourth Street.
For more information about this event please contact: Denise Stromme, email@example.com or 828-2680.
BAELN is offering its 12th year of professional development and information on environmental and sustainability issues for professionals and community members. BAELN is a collaborative effort of Central Lakes College, Central Regional Sustainable Development Partnership, citizen representation, Crow Wing Soil and Water Conservation District, Initiative Foundation, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Minnesota Department of Transportation, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, The Nature Conservancy, and University of Minnesota Extension.