Scenes from Across the Fence, a film by Jack Lucido
Jack Lucido is an Associate Professor of Communication at Western State Colorado University. He teaches film studies, production, and screenwriting. His recent short film Chill Out won the National Wildlife Federation’s “Chill Out:Climate Action on Campus Video Award” in 2010. In 2006, Jackson Sandwich was awarded the prestigious Cine Golden Eagle and has been broadcast on PublicTelevision in North Carolina and South Carolina. Lucido received an Emmy nomination, in 2000, for directing and producing, for primetime broadcast, a documentary on engineering wonders on Northern California’sRedwood Coast. He is currently working on Across the Fence, which focuses on sustainability in ranching.He is currently working on Across the Fence, which focuses on sustainability in ranching.
The Art of Getting Lost, a poem by Art Goodtimes
Art Goodtimes is a fourth-term County Commissioner in San Miguel County. Goodtimes was the founding poetry editor of Earth First! Journal (1981-1991) and poetry co-editor of Wild Earth (1991-2000). His first book of poetry was Embracing the Earth (1984) and his most recent book is As If the World Really Mattered (2007).
Headwaters Anthem, a song by Alan Wartes
Alan Wartes is a renaissance man: writer, poet, musician, naturalist, beekeeper, urban farmer, husband, father, Neo Luddite, and countercultural curmudgeon. He also directs New Leaf Gardens, an urban farming program in the Denver area.
Letter to Headwaters, by Aaron A. Abeyta
Aaron Abeyta is a Colorado native and professor of English at Adams State College. For his previous collection, Colcha, Abeyta received an American Book Award and the Colorado Book Award. Abeyta is also the recipient of a Colorado Council on the Arts fellowship.