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NORFOLK — Despite progress on environmental issues such as acid rain, much remains to be done to implement the vision of author and scientist Aldo Leopold, according to Gene Likens and Buddy Huffaker.

The two men spoke at the Norfolk Library on Saturday, Nov. 14, as part of Great Mountain Forests’ (GMF) ongoing lecture series on Leopold’s idea of developing environmental ethics.

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