We had the amazing opportunity to interview a leader in sustainable energy, Amory Lovins. Listen in as Arnie and Amory discuss clean energy solutions for the US and the world http://fairewinds.org/media/fairewinds-videos/road-less-taken-energy-choices-future
|About This Video Today we feature an interview with Amory Lovins, preeminent environmental thinker and co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Institute. With | Amory Lovins, Clean Energy, Energy Policy, United States|
|When he was in third grade, George Stranahan stood on his desk when asked a question by his teacher and bellowed, “Me no know, and me no care.” He was sent to the principal’s office for that insurrection. But his challenge to the status quo in|
Authors: Clarence L. Danielson and Ralph W. Danielson
What was it like to be raised in a small railroad town in the mountains of Colorado, a town that grew from tents and cabins to a thriving population of 400 before the Colorado Midland ceased operations in 1918? In the 1960s, Clarence and Ralph Danielson, sons of a locomotive engineer, spent five years interviewing and researching so that memories of that era would never die. With almost 70 biographies and names of 600 families who lived in the Basalt area, this lively book brings personalities and experiences to life through personal recollections as well as official records. This Third Edition contains a new preface by Ralph Danielson’s grandson, Luke.
We seek stories that come from our valley and beyond. We believe that each community is made up of its own stories. These narratives act as a conduit that connects people through a bond of community and commonality. We recognize that stories come to life with time, careful cultivation and some tender, loving care. So let us help publish your story, photographs, or poems. And together, we can make history with minds wide open.