THE SECRET SAUCE
Now when I hear someone say “flyover country,” I grimace at the term. How do I begin to tell my friends of all the interesting aspects of my community, even though I want to? How can I convince them that my town and all rural communities deserve more than a quick glance out of their plane as they fly from city to city?
The resilient Ouray Ice Park tribe refuses to be daunted, and continues looking for innovative solutions to attack this latest challenge. Perhaps developing new water sources to augment the municipal water supply will allow them to build a thicker, more resilient base of ice, that will hold up better against warming temps. Perhaps more tweaks to the Ice Park’s plumbing system will allow them to farm that ice in even more effective and efficient and smarter and safer ways. There is hope. Even on thin ice.
What if you could change the trajectory of someone’s life by giving them a huge financial gift, and it would cost you nothing?
What if you could plant a seed of economic justice and generosity right where you live, not waiting for national policy to make it happen?
What if you had the power to enrich your entire community just by sharing what you have, one person at a time?