• Go Green Kids & Parents have recognized the importance of music that calms the soul and brings the smile to the feet that are continually dancing. Through music we find peace and lil bits of happiness; together they will reap a green soul. Through the history of an adult mind, we often find some of the greatest moments were spent outdoors while listening to music. As children we see that some of the greatest nurturing comes in the form music and dance. When we connect a happy inner garden to our participation in healing the environment, we will then sing a new song all the while saving the earth.

    Corrine recalls some her fondest memories growing up in a home that music was a constant visitor that played an instrumental part of her becoming the woman she is today. She recognized and continues to believe that musicians are some of the most influential artists in the world. Some of the greatest music in the 1960’s reminds us that music is so powerful that it can move a nation and have profound effects on cultures and a guarantee movement that joins people together around the world. By joining “Go Green Kids & Parents Magazine”, Ms. Lindsey hopes to influence big bands of new and old to go green by voicing out with their support. You can write and twitter about your cause or mission, but you can also sing about something that is green in the hearts and minds if others. With Ms. Lindsey on board, we hope to inspire and sing to green, but most importantly lead by example every single day and in every single way.

    Graduated University of Denver Strum College of Law

    Graduated University of Colorado at Denver - Environmental Politics; Environmental Science; Cultural Anthropology

    Graduated University of Denver/University College/ American Indian History & Culture

    Currently a care-giver for mother and husband, both confined to wheel-chairs; responsible for their daily needs.


    Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) specifically working with ICWA cases (Indian Child Welfare Act)

    Certified Child & Family Investigator



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