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December 05, 2016
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SnowFlow celebrates water—crystal pure

CATSKILL STATE PARK, NY — SnowFlow, a collaborative event between several organizations interested in creativity, sustainability and organizational awareness, will take place from February 11 to 13 at the Full Moon Resort in the Catskill State Park and Forest Preserve. It is one of several ongoing collaborative projects designed to raise public awareness and bring together artists, activists, naturalists and concerned citizens into settings that inform, support and energize participants into making a difference. The intent of SnowFlow is to bridge water rights activism between the Hudson and Delaware Valleys in relation to natural gas extraction, hydraulic fracturing and peak water.

The weekend events will combine outdoor activities, art, music and conversations to produce and document a variety of works focused on water in its crystallized form—snow. In the evening there will be a cocktail reception, dinner and a live broadcast on 103.9 WGXC of musical performances featuring Pauline Oliveros, Miguel Frasconi and Tianna Kennedy & Hannah Marcus. Visit SnowFlow.org or call 845/252-3518.