Paralleling the modern day struggle between corporate America and the environmental movement, which is increasingly becoming violent, Snow Waste demystifies a ski resort s future success and a paper mill s resolve to survive by exacerbating perennial land and water use issues. From three viewpoints the resort s conscientious but naÃ¯ve chief of snowmaking, its unscrupulous owner, and an ethical whistle blower environmentalist Snow Waste tells a story of greed, personal motivation, and heroic determination to do, at all cost, what is right. Set deep in the Western Mountains of Maine, Snow Waste demonstrates the strong force that community plays in our survival and it probes deeply into the lives of its characters, proving that one's ability to sink or swim is often rooted in their past. In a straightforward yet enthralling story, Snow Waste chronicles the hardships of everyday life and the triumphs that are sometimes unspoken and unseen. The memorable characters and their unpretentious escapades that are brought to life on the pages of Snow Waste are destined to leave an indelible mark in the minds and hearts of its readers.
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February 07, 2003
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