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SAVING SNOW film and Panel
SAVING SNOW FILM at 7 pm Across the country, folks who depend on winter for their livelihood are feeling the heat. In the Saving Snow documentary, witness the challenges, for Nordic to downhill skiing, sled dogs to snowmobiling, and how people in the snow sports industry are paving the way towards a clean energy future. More details and the trailer: SAVING SNOW PANEL: The Future of Snow in Montana... and how we can save it! Special guest Conrad Anker and experts from Bridger Bowl, Crosscut, MSU, and the City of Bozeman will discuss the economic and climate impacts of climate change, and solutions after the 53-minute film. • Conrad Anker, celebrated mountaineer, mentor, author, and nature advocate, North Face Athlete Team Captain • Doug Wales, Marketing Director for Bridger Bowl Ski Area • Cliff Montagne, MSU Professor Emeritus in the LRES Department and on the Board of Crosscut Mountain Sports Center • Natalie Meyer, City of Bozeman Sustainability Program Manager • Bruce Maxwell, Director of the Institute on Ecosystems at MSU and author on the MT Climate Assessment COME at 6pm to the Lobby for: • Displays showing how you can save snow featuring CCL, MT Conservation Voters, MT Renewable Energy Association, and the City of Bozeman initiatives. • ‘Pizza by the slice’ fundraiser for Christi Cooper's climate film 'Youth v Gov", which follows 21 youth plaintiffs in a case for their right to a stable climate. 15 min. preview at 6:30 pm. DRAWING FOR PRIZES after the panel: Ski passes to Big Sky and Crosscut COST: Suggested donation $5 at the door or online on Eventbrite: . SPONSORS: Bridger Bowl, Bozeman Citizens’ Climate, Crosscut Mountain Sports Center, MT Conservation Voters, Onsite Energy, the Emerson Center. PLEASE HELP SPREAD THE WORD on Facebook! GRAB A POSTER: here CONTACT: Anne Ready at 406 595-5976, or

Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture

111 South Grand Avenue · Bozeman

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The Bozeman Climate Alliance is an information-sharing, collaborative, discussion-and-action group. Our mission is to connect people and community to inspire positive action and education on Climate Change. We hold action meetings, maintain a calendar of events related to Climate Change around Bozeman (, maintain a directory of climate resources for Bozemanites (, engage in direct activism, and run a regular Climate Change discussion group.

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