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Green Film Screenings at the Montclair Public Library- Green Fire
Green Film Screenings at the Montclair Public Library-A monthly series of films. August screening is Green Fire about legendary environmentalist Aldo Leopold
Green Fire describes the formation of Leopold's insightful idea, exploring how it changed one man and later permeated through all arenas of conservation. Drawing on Leopold's life and experiences, the film explores the deep impact of his influence on conservation projects around the world today. The film challenges viewers to contemplate their own relationship with the land community. Commentary and insight from some of today's most recognized and credible scholars and conservation leaders, including: three of Aldo Leopold's children-Nina, Carl, and Estella, Leopold scholars, noted environmental writers, scientists, humanities experts, public policy leaders, business leaders, and leaders of non-profit groups inspired by Leopold.
Join us for the free viewing, and a vigorous open discussion afterward. This is one of a series of free Green Film Screenings put on by the Montclair Environmental Affairs office and CommunityGreen.org http://communitygreen.org/
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About the Montclair Public Library: Founded in 1893, the Montclair Free Public Library serves the 38,977 citizens of Montclair New Jersey it has two facilities: the Main Library at 50 Fullerton Avenue and the Bellevue Branch at 185 Bellevue Avenue. The Library exists to enhance the quality of life in Montclair by providing an environment which supports and stimulates self education, lifelong learning and information literacy.