A Pagan Perspective on Wilderness

Gus diZerega

I recently spent a weekend at a Geography of Hope conference focused on the thinking of Aldo Leopold, perhaps America’s most important environmental thinker. He is rivaled today only by Henry David Thoreau and John Muir.  I personally consider Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac a classic because, for me, the test of a classic is how the author seemingly gets smarter and more insightful each time we read him.  Such has been my oft-repeated experience with Leopold. There is likely no major … [Read more...]