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The Power of Water The Power of Words

What Do You Want for Your River?

The Connecticut River Watershed Council recognizes the value of using public-participation art to gather feedback for their public outreach on the relicensing of five hydropower facilities on the Connecticut River. No boring questionnaires for them! We’ve adapted the Stream of Conscience project to engage communities in a dialogue about their relationship to the Connecticut River and what the river means to them and their families. We are gathering 1,000 personal narratives that will be exhibited in Brattleboro and Montpelier, VT and Concord, NH. The Stream of Conscience is a conduit for providing input to the State and Federal government as they make decisions about how these dams will operate over the next 30 to 40 years.

The Power of Water The Power of Words
The Power of Water The Power of Words
The Power of Water The Power of Words
The Power of Water The Power of Words
The Power of Water The Power of Words
The Power of Water The Power of Words
The Power of Water The Power of Words