Clean Water and Art: Connecting Two Networks
The backbone organization for the Vermont Clean Water Network is ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain. Comprising more than 100 organizations, agencies, businesses, and individuals dedicated to creating a culture of clean water, the Network is led by Barry Lampke. He presented at both the 2017 and 2018 Creative Network Summits, sharing information about the Clean Water Network and the upcoming
Leahy Center Environmental Summit
: "The Alchemy of Art and Science - Building a Culture of Clean Water."
The Vermont Arts Council is collaborating on this statewide gathering to be held April 5, 2019 in Burlington. ECHO is reaching out to artists and creatives now who are passionate about clean water and interested in partnering with scientists and watershed organizations to communicate the importance of restoring and protecting this critical public asset.