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Meet the man responsible for global climate change (access required)

If you ever wondered just where the buck stops when it comes to making the hard choices in balancing environmental and business priorities, the answer is very clear to a downtown Boise restaurateur.  For Dave Krick, owner and founder of Bittercreek Alehouse and the Red Feather Lounge, the buck falls squarely on his desk. I had ...

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  2. Nice article, Mike. I’ve visited with Dave Krick and even with my extensive background in environmental matters, his grass roots approach set me back on my heels. I appreciate his no excuses approach to the issue.

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  9. To Dean’s comment about my Tea Baggers remark, I’m being totally serious. While I don’t endorse many of the things that I’ve heard coming out of recent gatherings (I couldn’t afford the cost of attending their latest shindig, so I’m having to rely on the media, fyi), I really do believe that it is a movement that can and should shake things up in a non-partisan way. My biggest fear is that the movement will be co-opted by the traditional two-party system, but we’ll just have to wait upon events with that one, yes?

  10. Nice article, Mike. I’ve visited with Dave Krick and even with my extensive background in environmental matters, his grass roots approach set me back on my heels. I appreciate his no excuses approach to the issue.

    Dean, I think you took that comment in the wrong vein. I know there’s a lot of sensitivity out there, but as a fiscal conservative, I don’t take Mike’s comments as condescending. What Dave is getting to is that when you step back and apply those same dollars to sustainable energy generation initiatives, quite a lot can be accomplished. It’s not an outrageous comment and is speaks to the point that when, in a balanced analysis (which doesn’t happen much anymore), the green approach can actually produce fiscal goals sought by fiscal conservatives – but we have to begin the process of being open to ideas not of our own.

    I’ve stated before that I’m pro-nuke, but without a disposal facility – after 20+ years of study & engineering and the resultant dispersed storage – it may be a non-starter at this point in time. Dave challenged my thought process (re: my pro-nuke position) and walked me through the financial implications of solar vs nuke power. I was unaware of the state funded study on this subject & look forward to studying that issue more.

  11. Butch turn off the lights? Only in the schools, bro. Nice profile of Mr Krick and his business practices. I was impressed by his committment when I met him a few years back and am more impressed now.

  12. It’s is great to hear about other locals who are doing their part to be a wiser steward of our great resources, especially here in Idaho. Bittercreek has always been a wonderful place to eat and I will continue frequent the establishment. Please continue to highlight

    Mike, thanks for your condescending attitude towards the Tea Party grass roots group. I’m sure if more of us left our mansions more often and “private jetted” around the world preaching “do as I say, not as I do” the world would be so much the better.

    Too bad you had to stoop to throw that derogatory label into the otherwise impactful article.

  13. Dave Krick is a visionary. It doesn’t hurt that the food he serves is also very tasty. I love the fact that the beer menu tells you how many miles your brew has traveled before being placed in front of you. Through quiet actions like this Krick is changing the world, even if it be in a small way. Thank you for profiling him.