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Cards of Thanks

GGP

While the Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership raises the money to build a botanic greenhouse park for Pagosa, we’ve embraced our educational mission and produced the inaugural Colorado Environmental Film Festival Caravan. The Film Fest brought quality documentary films to our community and we appreciate the support of all who volunteered, viewed films and joined our discussions. Thank you to the following Pagosa merchants who helped us welcome film fans:

Liberty Theatre, Colorado Environmental Film Festival, Town of Pagosa Springs Tourism Committee, Back Room Wine Bar, Riff Raff Brewery, Lantern Dancer, Red Humpy Design, 2B Jewelry, Pagosa Springs Chamber of Commerce, Pagosa Verde LLC, Southern Rockies Fire Science Network, Pagosa Ranger District–San Juan National Forest, Home Again, Overlook Hot Springs, Pagosa Outside, Hodge Podge, Rocky Mountain Knives, Satori, Memory Lane, Ski and Bow Rack, French Made Bakery, Goodman’s, Next Door Décor, Humane Society, Old Town Market, Wildflower, Joy’s Natural Foods, Plaza Grill, Pagosa Brewing Company, Two Chicks and a Hippie, Boss Hogg’s and Pagosa Peak Deli.

We appreciate your support.

Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership

Smith/High

To the Pagosa Springs Community:

The 2013 Pagosa Verde Symposium, “Colorado’s Moment,” focused on explaining the Pagosa Verde Model of non-consumptive, small-scale geothermal development in Colorado. Pagosa community members joined presenters from the World Bank, DOE, NREL and more to learn about the potential for sustainable economic growth. The symposium would not have been possible without support from the Pagosa community.

Thank you to the Town of Pagosa Springs, Region 9 Economic Development District, Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts, Alley House Restaurant, Pagosa Baking Company, Nello’s Bistro, Growing Spaces, Springs Resort, Healing Waters, Quality Resort, Colorado State University Extension, Pagosa Springs Chamber of Commerce, Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership, Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation and the DJ Dude.

Thank you to all who contributed ideas, questions, experiences and good will. See you next time.

Jerry Smith and Sally High

This story was posted on August 8, 2013.