FlowSlow 2010

Flow Slow is a annual river conference of citizens, artists, writers, technologists &  naturalists in celebration of pure water.  Taking part in the Upper Delaware River, which was recently declared the nation’s most endangered river by American Rivers, the first event was held on Saturday, September 18th 2010 and combined music, art and ongoing conversations during a public float down the river.  Organizations involved included: SkyDog Projects, Issue/Project Room, Electronic Music Foundation, Mildred’s Lane, Not An Alternative, and Damascus Citizens for Sustainability.


One response to “FlowSlow 2010

  1. I wish I had known about this wonderful event much earlier. First I heard was a minimal announcement on WJFF yesterday, September 15th. Then my sister emailed me from Woodstock. Catskill Mountainkeeper never sent out a notice ! I have been very caught up in trying to convince everyone I know that slick water hydrofracturing is EVERYONE’s problem,
    not just for the people who are living in the midst of it right now.

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