Henry Red Cloud Finalist in American Dream Photo Contest

American Dream Photo Contest_Henry red CloudHelp our partner Henry Red Cloud, owner of Lakota Solar Enterprises, win the American Dream Photo Contest!

This summer, CFED asked Americans what they’re saving for by challenging them to send in their savings stories and photographs as part of the American Dream Photo Challenge. Over 60 entries from contestants all over the country were received. Henry is a top finalist and needs your help to win!

Let CFED know Henry’s photo is your favorite by tweeting the following message: “We love Henry Red Cloud’s photo! #ALC2012 #Savingsphoto”

Henry’s essay for the American Dream Photo Challenge:

“We are Lakota Solar Enterprises, a Tribal Renewable Energy company! Our van’s transmission is in need of repairs. We rely on our van to carry out our projects, bringing solar air heaters to Native American families in need. The functionality of our van is vital to our work. $500 will be a huge help for us to safely transport systems to homes! Our solar heaters provide affordable heat sources to families living at life-or-death poverty rates, and help to reduce the dependency on polluting and destructive sources of energy. Make a difference; choose Lakota Solar Enterprises!”

Learn more at http://cfed.org/blog/inclusiveeconomy/announcing_our_photo_contest_finalists/

TWP and LSE in D.C & NYC

Trees, Water & People’s (TWP) good friend and partner, Henry Red Cloud, will return to Washington, D.C. this month for the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) 2010 Assets Learning Conference.  Accompanied by TWP National Director, Richard Fox and Board President, Jon Becker, Henry will share his work with Lakota Solar Enterprises (LSE) to bring renewable energy to tribal lands during the Innovation Marketplace on September 23rd. eNews DC pic 2While in D.C., they will also visit with key politicians on Capitol Hill and area TWP supporters. Then, the group will travel to New York where Henry will be honored by the Nuclear-Free Future Award at the historic Great Hall of Cooper Union on September 30th.

Stay tuned for updates from TWP Board President Jon Becker!