• Maude Barlow, Water Warrior, to Inspire Santa Fe

    Just got great six-dollar seats for a February 17 event at the Lensic. The 7pm talk is certain to inspire positive thinking—and action—in our watershed and far beyond. Staring the President of the United Nations General Assembly’s Senior Advisor on Water, Maude Barlow will shock and awe you with her real-life stories about the commoditization of water via corporate greed and human desolation. Fortunately, she’s also all about how we can create “water justice” in every river system simply by organizing at the grassroots level.

    Get your tickets now, www.lensic.com , before they sell out! (These high-quality Lannan Foundation-sponsored events often do.)


  1. Sheesh! Forgot to mention that she also said some really nice things about my book (see www.harvesttherain.com)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Got our tix!

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