Old tower to get new power

Old tower to get new power

Durango Discovery Museum begins $133,000 capital campaign for science park encompassing smokestack
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With the help of a recently begun campaign fund, the smokestack at the Durango Discovery Museum – towering above museum marketing and communications guru Haz Said – may soon become the centerpiece of a science park powered by clean energy.
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The former power plant’s smokestack is the focal point in the Back the Stack campaign to sponsor an upcoming round of projects.
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The museum features programs that focus on science themes. From left, interns Steve Jobson, 15, Elijah Gutt, 16, Leo Bruell, 13, and Liam Foster, 12, learn how scientists mimic the iridescence found in peacock feathers and butterfly wings to thwart counterfeiting. Steve is the son of Holly and Key Jobson, Elijah is the son of Lisa and Mark Gutt, Leo is the son of Jenny and Harry Bruell, and Liam is the son of Nancy and Peter Foster.
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