Telling a New Energy Story
On June 23, 2017, a small group of young women will gather on the western slope of Colorado to enjoy rich conversation, meals, camping, and creative activities to deeply consider the energy future we want for our lives and our world. More Information.
Clara resides on a fifty acre farm in Hotchkiss, CO where she is helping reestablish the family's apple orchard. She graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 with a degree in ecology and evolutionary biology. While at CU, she was a part of the Inside the Greenhouse program where she produced several films, including a film about coal in the North Fork Valley which was featured in the Aspen Shortsfest Film Festival in Aspen, CO. Clara currently teaches technology and digital art classes at Montrose High School.
Ellie is a recent graduate from the University of Colorado Boulder with a degree in International Affairs and a minor in Technology, Arts, and Media. She participated in the Inside the Greenhouse program where her film, “Dear Dad,” won co-first place in the campus' Climate Change Film Festival. "Dear Dad" is a personal letter to her father about their shared experiences skiing and the potential of losing that connection in the face of climate change.
Steph is a recent graduate from the University of Colorado Boulder. She participated in the Inside the Greenhouse program where her film, “Freeing Earth’s Beings,” won co-first place in the campus' Climate Change Film Festival. “Freeing Earth’s Beings” is a rap piece about climate change and was written and performed by Steph.