What’s up with our water?
Join us on July 10, 6:30 pm, St. Andrew United Methodist Church, 9203 S. University Blvd, Highlands Ranch, to learn more about water issues–both local and global–that are being worsened by climate change. Learn how we can help, especially RIGHT NOW, RIGHT HERE! Speaker bios below.
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Water Wave Founder Karen Ann worked as a Professional in Communications, Journalism, National and Independent Public Radio, and Media Productions. After completing a certificate for field experience in municipal water operations, Karen created the Water Wave Project to empower people to step forward to create goals, projects and awareness, within (and beyond) their community, in a way that mobilizes discussion, further investigation and individual action to benefit Water….FAST. Karen is interested in using sensory enhanced media and the arts to raise public awareness so to allow people to feel in their body and in their being a re-connection with enlivening Water, thus transforming ignorant inertia into vibrant pristine fountains nourishing all.
Phil Doe has been fighting for Colorado’s water for most of his adult life. He served as Bureau Chief and Environmental Compliance Officer for the Bureau of Reclamation in the Department of Interior and was featured as a whistleblower on 60 Minutes. A former professor of English literature, he has published op-ed features in Rocky Mountain News, Denver Post, Colorado Central Magazine, and Counterpunch. His past grassroots efforts opposed the Animas-La Plata water project in southwest Colorado. He is a registered citizen lobbyist at the State Capitol and testifies at the federal and state legislative level on natural resource issues. He serves on the board of the grassroots group, Be the Change, and directs their environmental issues program, with a current focus on horizontal hydrofracking.both