If you have a story that needs to be told, a story that will make the hydraulic fracturing discussion more complete, we want to help you share.

Please contact us so that we can discuss how you might like to be involved. If you decide you would like to be a part of this project, we will visit you at your home, on your land, and in your community.

We will listen to all that you have to say, and learn what we can about your experiences. We will get footage of you on your land and in your community and we will record and document your story.

We will then edit the footage and create a ten to fifteen minute documentary short that tells your story. Before publishing it on the AlbertaVoices website, you will have a chance to view the film and ensure that you are comfortable with the video and that your story is accurately represented.

We understand that these are often very sensitive issues, and we will do all that we can to ensure that this remains a healthy process of sharing.

IMG_3339If you decide that you are not comfortable putting your story into film, we would still be very interested in talking with you on a confidential level. There are also ways of sharing your story through film or written media while protecting your identity.

On behalf of everyone who stands to benefit from hearing your voice, thank-you for considering this.

We hope to hear from you soon, send us an e-mail anytime:

Hans Asfeldt

Alison Bortolon

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