“What Water Wants to Be” panel discussion featured in Episode 29 of State of Water
Episode 29 of State of Water is Live!
We’re so happy to bring you this wonderful conversation between scientists, teachers, musicians, activists, and brewers around the theme of “What Water Wants to Be.” Listen in as these experts from a diversity of fields discuss their own unique relationship with water, the power of collaboration, how to seek local solutions for global challenges, the healing and connecting possibilities of art, and much more.
This dynamic panel discussion was presented by the City of Marquette Arts & Culture Center, Superior Watershed Partnership, and Ore Dock Brewing Company as part of the 7th Annual Art Week and recorded in front of a live audience at the Ore Dock on June 22, 2022.
Jake Shea of Ore Dock Brewing Company
John Highlen of Trout Unlimited
Tyler Penrod of Superior Watershed Partnership
Dr. Sarah Mittlefehldt of Northern Michigan University
Seth Bernard of Title Track and the Clean Water Campaign for MI
Moderated by: Dr. Jess Thompson of Northern Michigan University
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Look for new episodes of State of Water dropping each Tuesday through the end of 2022.
State of Water is a program of the Michigan-based non-profit organization Title Track, and is powered by the Clean Water Campaign for Michigan. The podcast is made possible through a generous contribution from the Esperance Foundation.
EPISODE 29 credits:
Produced, edited and mixed by Dan Rickabus and Chris Good
Narrators – Alex Smith, Ben Darcie, Dan Rickabus, Jenny Jones, Angela Gallegos, Rachel Marco-Havens
Graphic by Will Thomas
Theme Music – Mike Savina, Seth Bernard & Dan Rickabus
Featured Music – “Authors (instrumental demo)” by Dan Rickabus