Tonight at Cross Plains Green Tuesdays is a free screening of “Groundswell Rising: Protecting Our Children’s Air and Water.” With the oil and gas industry’s expansion of fracking seen as a moral issue, this documentary tracks a people’s movement – a groundswell rising towards reason and sensitivity, to protect life today and tomorrow. This is at 6:30pm at Rosemary Garfoot Public Library, 2107 Julius Street in Cross Plains. More info at tnsmonona.org.
Next Tuesday is a free public lecture titled “No Going Back: Ethics and Institutions for the
Anthropocene” at the the Aldo Leopold Nature Center. The lecturer is Paul Robbins, Professor and Director, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin. This is next Tuesday, Tuesday, March 10th, at 6pm at the Center, 330 Femrite Drive in Monona. It will be followed by a guided tour of the Aldo Leopold Nature Center’s Climate Science Education Center. RSVP’s are suggested as space is limited. To register and for more info, visitaldoleopoldnaturecenter.org.