Join Justice Alan Page and his daughter, Kamie Page, for a reading of their book, “Bee Love (Can Be Hard),” and a conversation about solar.
This month, Fresh Energy is celebrating Black History Month and Valentine’s Day with the debut reading of Justice Alan Page’s new book, “Bee Love (Can Be Hard).”
Register and join Justice Alan Page and his daughter (and co-author), Kamie Page, for a special Valentine’s reading of their fourth book, “Bee Love (Can Be Hard).” They’ll share the story behind the book and will be joined by guest experts who will discuss how “saving the bees” has evolved into a major movement in the solar power industry.
Beyond providing home-grown clean power, advocates and solar industry experts love the co-benefits of solar that can benefit EVERYONE. Honeybees, pollinators, livestock, and most importantly, people. Especially BIPOC communities who have traditionally been excluded from many forms of clean energy due to barriers to entry such as institutional racism, economic barriers, and more.
Fresh Energy and the Center for Pollinators in Energy, with the support of many partners, have been on the forefront of elevating and catalyzing pollinator-friendly and dual-use PV solar in the United States. We are excited to bring the Pages and our friends at Vote Solar, Connexus Energy, Eden Renewables, and Krewe Restaurant together to show their love for dual-use solar that benefits all.
- Justice Alan Page, former justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court and Co-Author of “Bee Love (Can Be Hard)”
- Kamie Page, Co-Author of “Be Love (Can Be Hard)”
- Greg Ridderbush, CEO at Connexus Energy
- Melanie Santiago-Mosier, Managing Director, Access and Equity at Vote Solar
- Janiece Watts, Senior Associate, Energy Access and Equity at Fresh Energy
- Rob Davis, Director of Fresh Energy’s Center for Pollinators in Energy
- Mateo Mackbee, Co-Owner and Chef of Krewe Restaurant in St. Joseph, Minn.
Proceeds from the book sales of “Bee Love (Can Be Hard)” benefit the mission of the Page Education Foundation founded by Diane and Alan Page. Learn more at www.page-ed.org.