About SRS Team
The Slow Ride Stories team has been working on film projects together since 1995. Albert is a documentary filmmaker who currently lives in Chapel Hill, NC. He is currently pursuing his a Masters of Social Work at UNC Chapel Hill. Erik is an environmental management professional living in New Haven, CT. He's interested in facilitating stakeholder engagement and public participation processes around complex environmental challenges.
Saw mill operator Jeff talks climate change and explains his concerns that his company could suffer in the global marketplace if US environmental regulations are stepped up.
Art, proprietor of Cranberry Hill Farm, takes a moment to talk to us about managing a farm in an unpredictable climate. Art says he and his fellow farmers are dealing with climate change, even if they aren’t talking about it.
Ever wanted to know more about our sweet ride? In this episode, Erik talks about the bike and we visit a Royal Enfield dealership on Enfield St. in Enfield, Connecticut. Also, we talk with hotdog vendor Lenny about how the weather has changed in his lifetime.
During our ride across the Berkshire Mountains, we met George, a commodity corn farmer outside of Great Barrington, MA. He used to be a political science professor and says that everything is political. Also, Albert gets his eye checked out and Erik eats a peach.
John of Rosendale, NY, invites us to spend the night in his home and treats us to a spirited discussion of how a widening political rift in America is impeding progress on big issues like climate change. Also–Albert loses an eye?