The Existential Fox with Dale Goodner
Existentialism, according to German philosopher, Martin Heidegger, is simply the ‘systematic study of existence.’ Giving an animal or plant a name tells us little. What counts is what part it plays in the synergistic symphony of life.
Dale Goodner was a Naturalist at the Green Bay Wildlife Sanctuary before moving to Peoria, IL, where he worked for Peoria Park District. He served as Chief Naturalist at Forest Park Nature Center, then became Supervisor of Environmental and Interpretive Services. He and his wife, Mary (both alumni of UWGB), returned home to northeast Wisconsin upon retirement and now live in Algoma.
Service Leader: Cindy Nelson
Music: Griffon Quartet – Roy Meyer