Events

Florida Water Law Was the Subject of Water Voices on July 25, 2016, in High Springs

Thanks to our speakers, co-sponsors, and an amazing audience, the Alliance broke Water Voices attendance records at this summer session about Florida’s water laws. If you missed it or if you were there and want to experience it again (a lot of information was provided), you may view the video here.

IA Is Participating in Water/Ways, a Traveling Smithsonian Institution Exhibition, in High Springs in 2016

The Ichetucknee Alliance is partnering with the Museum on Main Street (MoMS) program that has brought Water/Ways, a traveling exhibition of the Smithsonian Institution, to the High Springs Museum from July 16 to August 27, 2016.

In its role as an exhibition partner, the Alliance also held its fifth session of Water Voices during the run of Water/Ways.

Click here to read the initial press release about Water/Ways.

Special Events in 2016

The Ichetucknee Alliance had a presence at the following events so far in 2016.

February 29:  Water Voices with Jim Gross at Florida Gateway College, Lake City

March 19:  SpringsFest at Silver Springs State Park

July 25:  Water Voices with attorneys Heather Culp Obara and Traci Deen in High Springs.

Special Events in 2015

The Ichetucknee Alliance had a presence at the following events in 2015.

March 9:  Water Voices with Pegeen Hanrahan and Aliki Moncrief at the High Springs New Century Woman’s Club

March 14:  Ichetucknee Springs Environmental Showcase, Ichetucknee Springs State Park South Entrance

March 28:  O’Leno Ole Springs Celebration and Chili Cookoff, O’Leno State Park

April 11:  Alligator Lake Spring Festival, Lake City

April 27:  Water Voices with Tom Swihart at the High Springs New Century Woman’s Club

September 14:  Water Voices panel on “Ethics, Faith, and Water:  A Confluence” at the High Springs New Century Woman’s Club



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