Saving Snow Film Showing at the Emerson in Bozeman
Bozeman Citizens' Climate Education is hosting the Saving Snow Film and Panel to look at how climate change is affecting snow in Montana and what to do about it.
When: Tuesday, March 6 at 7:00 p.m
Why: To look at how climate change is affecting snow in Montana. Featuring special guest Conrad Anker
Tickets: $5 suggested donation at the door or online. Click here to purchase tickets
FILM: Saving Snow at 7:00pm – Across the country, folks who depend on winter for their livelihood are feeling the heat. In Saving Snow, 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.
PANEL: to follow film – Special guest Conrad Anker, Doug Wales- Bridger Bowl, Cliff Montagne- Crosscut, Natalie Meyer- City of Bozeman, Bruce Maxell- MSU will discuss “The Future of Snow in Montana… and how to save it” after the 53-minute film.
Come at 6:00 pm for ‘save snow’ displays in the lobby, and ‘pizza by the slice’ fundraiser
Door prizes: ski passes from Bridger Bowl, Crosscut, and Big Sky – drawing after the panel!
Major Sponsors: Bridger Bowl, Bozeman Citizens’ Climate, Yellowstone Dog Sled Adventures, Bridger Ski Foundation, Crosscut Mountain Sports Center