Award-winning environmental films to benefit Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership’s construction

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Photo courtesy Colorado Environmental Film Festival The Best Feature Film award at the 2016 Colorado Environmental Film Festival went to “A Quest for Meaning.” Pagosa’s Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership will screen this film at 9 a.m. and again at 1 p.m. this Saturday, March 12, at the Liberty Theatre. Proceeds go to the construction of the education greenhouse. Tickets are $10 and available at the Chamber, Exit Realty, online at Pagosagreen.org or at the door.
Photo courtesy Colorado Environmental Film Festival
The Best Feature Film award at the 2016 Colorado Environmental Film Festival went to “A Quest for Meaning.” Pagosa’s Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership will screen this film at 9 a.m. and again at 1 p.m. this Saturday, March 12, at the Liberty Theatre. Proceeds go to the construction of the education greenhouse. Tickets are $10 and available at the Chamber, Exit Realty, online at Pagosagreen.org or at the door.

Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership’s (GGP) construction on the San Juan River began in August 2015 with the site preparation for three greenhouses. The nonprofit GGP brings the Colorado Environmental Film Festival Caravan to Pagosa Springs this Saturday, March 12. Proceeds will build the first greenhouse.

Take a walk on our downtown Riverwalk and you can’t miss the GGP park. The stem wall for the education greenhouse is already in place and construction will continue this spring.

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