Wool and Water

September 8 - 25, 2021 on exhibit at Traditional Arts in Upstate New York - TAUNY (TAUNY - Exhibits)

September 22, 2021 7:00 PM Live Zoom event (Meeting Registration - Zoom)

In recognition of the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Clean Water Act, we are featuring an innovative and collaborative fiber arts project to showcase the legacy of artistic traditions and protecting clean water in the Lake Champlain Basin and beyond. Visit the exhibit at TAUNY and register for a live Zoom event for a conversation with AWI Science Director and artist, Michale Glennon, about her project and for an opportunity to look at some of the beautiful fiber pieces Michale has made, talk about what they mean for water quality in the Adirondacks, and hear from Michale how others can get involved in this project.

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Email Michale at, find her on Ravelry and Instagram at mjglenno

Adirondack Water Week 2021: Valuing Water

AWI celebrated the second Adirondack Water Week on August 22 - 28, 2021. The weeklong regional event is a collaborative celebration of our freshwater resources and our precious watersheds. It is meant to raise awareness of water-related issues, recognize the value of water to our region's economy and environment, and highlight ways that people can protect our waterways. Learn more about the 2021 events and programs here!


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