Liza Bodistow, a 1996 graduate of Kane Area High School, works with experimental plants in the ecology lab at Colorado State University.
Last summer she
traveled to Peru where she
visited Machu Picchu (above), often referred to as "The Lost City of the Incas."
St. Patrick's Day is a few weeks away, but Kane native Liza Bodistow
already is thinking "green."
She's been elected to the Board of Directors for the Rocky Mountains "Sustainable Living Fair," the premier "green" festival in northern Colorado.
The 10th annual event, which focuses attention on environmental issues, is scheduled Sept. 18-20 in Fort Collins, Colo. Last year's festival attracted more than 12,000 people from several states and included 225 exhibits and 86 workshops.
, who has lived in Fort Collins for five years, has been a volunteer with the "Sustainable Living Fair" for four years.
As a board member, she
will help plan the activities for the festival.
Bodistow became involved with the festival while working at her job in the "restoration ecology lab" at Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
also is majoring in computer engineering as a part-time student at the college.
A 1996 graduate of Kane Area High School, Bodistow, 30, is the daughter of Elaine and Joe Bodistow of Spring Street, Wetmore Township.