FW 556 - Leopold's Ethic for Wildlife and Land

  • 3 credits

Philosophy, art, history, and science of wildlife and land management from writings of Aldo Leopold.

Prerequisite

Bachelor's degree, or any level ecology or wildlife management course, or written consent of instructor. Offered online only.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks and materials can be purchased at the CSU Bookstore unless otherwise indicated.

Required

  • A Sand County Almanac with Essays on Conservation from Round River (1966)
    Oxford University Press, Inc.
  • Leopold's Contribution to the Teachings of Wildlife Management-Game Management
    Aldo Leopold
  • Leopold's Life and Contributions from Aldo Leopold: His Life and Work
    Curt Meine

Instructors

Ed Arnett
Ed Arnett

ed.arnett@colostate.edu

Dr. Ed Arnett is an Affiliate Faculty member in the Dept. of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology at Colorado State University since 2014. He also is Chief Scientist for the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership – a DC-based conservation policy non-governmental organization. He has extensive experience in wildlife management, research and policy in North America.

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