This poem, inspired partially by a meeting with Betsy, was written by Richard Downes. Richard is an emerging socially engaged activist poet.
Recently, local governments in Mississippi have had to close down all of their beaches to public use after extreme growth of toxic algae—thanks in part to fertilizer runoff from the Mississippi River.
Betsy Damon recently gave a talk at UNESCO’s Global Network of Water Museums Conference in Valencia.
This letter was written to Mayor de Blasio by a local 6th grader concerned about how our reliance on plastic is harming aquatic life. We can all follow her example.
I recently traveled to the U.K., where I participated in the Extreme Views: Think Tank put on by Art Gene.
This article is from selfdevelopshop.com. According to scientific evidence, trees are way more intelligent than we have ever imagined.
Betsy Damon is excited to announce that her new book, People’s Water, is well underway. The book is being praised by Jane Goodall as “a toolkit that intends to empower everyone.”
Water is an alive, living, breathing, conscious substance that pulses. Waters creates an alive, pulsing world.