The AlbertaVoices Film Series on hydraulic fracturing in Alberta is wrapped up for the fall but the project continues and will be expanded next summer. There remain many stories to be told. As we move forward, other stories will be shared intermittently. Next week, please watch for a video that will capture Hans and Alison’s experiences working with Albertans throughout the summer and into the fall. They look forward to sharing their own stories and reflections.
More details are coming, but for now, please know that the AlbertaVoices project continues and that there are plans to expand next summer and to continue empowering the voices of Albertans. In addition, we plan to develop a second website that will feature research and information that will serve as a comprehensive resource for Albertans who find themselves encountering problems with hydraulic fracturing and related activities.
The project so far has been made possible only with the generosity of family and friends in Camrose, for which we are particularly grateful. As the project continues, we are seeking additional financial support. If you would like to make a donation, please email albertavoices(at)gmail.com. Further details on donations will soon be published on the website.
A huge thank-you is owed to our donors and especially to the Hawkwoods, the Campbells, the Tresidders, Chelan, and the Thomases – each of whom have been wonderful to work alongside and courageous in sharing their stories. Also released earlier in the summer were the stories of the Hemeyers, Brian Nelson, and Cecil Lewis, to whom we extend great thanks as well.
Until next week,
Hans, Alison, Raj and Dittmar