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America’s Holy Trinity of Conservation – June 2nd – 3rd, 2017

Imagine being able to see John Muir, Henry David Thoreau and Aldo Leopold gathered together for a lovely day and evening on this beautiful farm, and being able to enjoy their lively stories, humor, and profound ecological wisdom – all of which helped to inspire this restored environment. Lee Stetson as Muir, Richard Smith as Thoreau and Jim Pfitzer as Leopold will be bringing their talents to this amazing event.

Prairie Star Restoration Farm
Osage County, Missouri (Between the towns of Belle & Bland)
See this map for DIRECTIONS.

More information at HOLY TRINITY OF CONSERVATION WEBSITE

To check on the availability of Friday Dinner tickets, Please call Bruce at 573-368-8393.

Saturday tickets will be available at the gate:
$20 for adult
$10 Student (ages 10 – 18)
under the age of 10 are free.


Camp de Benneville Pines

Join ‘John Muir’ Saturday, August 13 – Wednesday August 17, 2016, in his natural forest setting for three different presentations, Conversation with a Tramp; Spirit of John Muir and The Story of Stickeen.

The beautiful Camp de Benneville Pines is a retreat and conference center located in the Barton Flats area of the San Bernardino National Forest, about 90 miles east of Los Angeles. At an elevation of 6,800 feet, the camp is surrounded by a forest of towering pines, cedars, and oaks.

Affiliated with the Pacific Southwest District of the Unitarian-Universalist Association, the center welcomes people of all faiths who want to use their facility for programming compatible with our philosophy of respect for the interconnected web of life, and for the worth and dignity of all human beings.

Find out more about the event and Camp De Benneville Pines.



National Parks Adventure companion book

Reviewing the companion book to the IMAX film “National Parks Adventure”. A beautiful film in which I (Lee Stetson) portray John Muir along side my wilderness companion, Teddy Roosevelt (Joe Wiegand).


The Scribble Den Blog

Muir converted one of the bedrooms into his private retreat, calling it the Scribble Den. Here, at his desk, Muir wrote, and consolidated his well-renowned reputation as a preservationist, founder of the Sierra Club, and great friend to Yosemite and other national parks.

Lee Stetson is now blogging from his own Scribble Den as Muir, and the actor that portrays him.