Charity & Causes Miami Wynwood Arts District

The State of Our Water Event

The State of Our Water EventWednesday, January 16, 6:30pm-8:30pm, Sacred Space, 105 NE 24th St, Miami Wynwood Arts Distric

Join a lecture and Q&A presented by Miami Waterkeeper’s Executive Director Rachel Silverstein Ph.D. Water is integral to South Florida’s health, economy, and culture, yet our water resources are continually threatened by pollution. With chronic beach closures, sewage spills, flooding, and more, community engagement is more important now than ever. Miami Waterkeeper works to ensure our water is safe for swimming, drinking, and fishing by preventing pollution, monitoring, educating and empowering the public, and holding polluters accountable in court. Rachel Silverstein is the full-time Miami Waterkeeper — part investigator, scientist, educator, and legal advocate, functioning as a public spokesperson for our Bay, protecting your right to clean water and empowering you to defend your waterways. Join us for an inside look into these critical issues and learn how to become engaged to make positive change. 100% of ticket sales will support Miami Waterkeeper’s mission for swimmable, drinkable, fishable water in South Florida.