Tap In Film, Speaker Series at UNH

This spring promises to be wetter than usual at the University of New Hampshire, when Tap In, a series of films and a lecture about water issues, begins to flow Feb. 16, 2010. The series will explore issues of water privatization, access, quality and even the spiritual significance of water with four award-winning documentary films (Feb. 16 and 22, March 22, April 20) and a lecture by water rights activist Maude Barlow on March 4.

“Tap In,” sponsored by the UNH Office of Sustainability along with Food & Water Watch, offers the events, which are all free and open to the public.

For more details on the series, read the full press release.

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