The Colorado Governor’s Energy Office and the Colorado State Forest Service had challenged me to find good candidates for wood biomass in Colorado. I was looking for places that heated with a lot of relatively expensive propane. I couldn’t find a government agency that could tell me where the natural gas grid ended. But a helpful (and busy) Century 21 real estate agent in Estes Park knew. “Try the Salvation Army Camp.” I drove over and, as has been the case so often, was warmly and enthusiastically greeted by the resident managers. It took a few years (and the leadership of Joe Duda), but it happened.
This 12-page document tells how – and why the guy on the cover is smiling. This project included my first video production – though the delivery technology didn’t support its inclusion into the final product.
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