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America’s Early Environmental Movement: 1749-1949
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Founding Father, Benjamin Franklin spoke against the reckless and wanton slaughter of the woods in colonial America. In time, other scientists and activists recognized the connection between conquering the natural world and humanity’s dependence upon the little things that run the world and our need for natural places.
Length ~60 minutes Cost $10
Join Director of Education, John Volpa, for a journey through America’s Early Environmental Movement to explore:
Who recognized the interconnectedness of ecosystems & their environmental services?
What issue influenced the establishment of the Audubon Society?
How did one scientist influenced Darwin and others to great discoveries?
When did people consider a “land ethic”?
About John Volpa
Taking any journey with John Volpa is a quest for the curious. John’s knack for synthesizing a diverse variety of topics into a cohesive and meaningful whole is captivating. Whether you’re paddling a kayak, walking the trail, riding the bus, or in a classroom, his unique teaching style will lead you to places that tickle the imagination and provide food for thought to be savored long after the experience.
John’s public school teaching career of thirty-seven years, combined with twenty-two years of leading outdoor adventures, plus a lifetime of rich personal experience, make for a memorable adventure, be it online or in person. Join him for any or all of his webinars now being offered by Pinelands Adventures. Each of the programs stands alone as per your interests, but viewing them in the order in which they’re listed will have a much greater cumulative impact.