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April 2022

The WAMU-NET contribution to the 9th World Water Forum in Dakar, Senegal
On the occasion of World Water Day on March 22, a representation of the Global Network of Water Museums launched at the 9th WWF in Dakar the project of the World Inventory of water museums, interpretation centres, eco-museums, and community-based museums. 
To implement the process at the regional and national level a kit of documents is now available, including:

  1. The Toolkit with the 2-step survey on water museums
  2. Pilot Inventories with two case studies (in Italy and the Netherlands)
  3. A background note on the methodology for quantitative and qualitative mapping 
  4. A poster for launching the campaign of the inventory at regional/national level

(Click here to download all documents) 
Different representatives animated the session organized at the UNESCO Pavilion on the WWD and stimulated inspiring discussions on the implementation process of the inventory. Speakers included: Sara Ahmed (Living Waters Museum), Samoura Alassane (Musée de l’Eau de Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso), Abou Amani (Intergovernmental Hydrological Programme of UNESCO), Abdennabi El Mandour (Musée de la Civilisation de l’Eau au Maroc ‘Mohammed VI’), Eriberto Eulisse (Water Museum of Venice and University of Venice), Francesco Fioretti (Multimedia Museum of the Marmore Waterfalls), Eddy Moors (IHE Delft), Alexander Otte (Intergovernmental Hydrological Programme of UNESCO), and Sergio Ribeiro (CIRAT, Brasil). 
The project of the World Inventory reflects the contents and objectives of UNESCO-IHP’s Resolution n.7-XXIV (2021) titled “UNESCO-IHP in support of developing the Global Network of Water Museums”. 

The WAMU-NET team in Dakar at the Pavillion of Morocco on March 22nd

Launching soon: The Water We Want, 3rd Digital Exhibition of the Youth Contest
April 22 is the deadline to submit your entries to participate in the 3rd Edition of the youth contest and award The Water We Want (TWWW). Each museum can submit up to six entries, such as photos, drawings, and other media - including short videos. After this date, the Jury will start the selection process by collecting all artworks sent by the schools. 
Submissions are open to young people from 6 to 18 years old
For more information, you can download the Call to participate in the 3rd contest and visit the two Digital Exhibitions from previous years, featuring more than 200 artworks.
Please, do not miss out on the opportunity to disseminate the name of your museum worldwide! In previous years, hundreds of international students used this platform to express their visions and ideas as narrators of our liquid futures. While we look forward to receiving your contributions, you can watch the inspiring videos from previous editions available on Vimeo and Facebook

“I Remember Water”: launch of WAMU-NET digital exhibition postponed to May 18
Due to the intensive preparation of WAMU-NET activities for the 9th WWF, the official launch of the digital exhibition “I Remember Water” has been postponed from March 22 to May 18 (World Museum Day). We are pleased to announce that we received more than 600 images from institutions and individuals associated with WAMU-NET. The team of curators selected more than 400 images that will be exhibited under six different categories on a dedicated platform online. More to be announced soon.

Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Call for Papers on ‘Coastal waterways, cultural heritage and environmental planning: uncertain boundaries among estuaries, deltas, lagoons and fluvial islands’

The Research Group of Ca’ Foscari University led by Prof. F. Vallerani is launching a Call for Papers for a Special theme issue to be published by International Journal Shima. Submissions that engage with the multiple challenges faced by waterways and the role of water heritage – cultural memory, water, politics, art – in addressing urgent water use concerns at the uncertain thresholds of rivers, seas and lands are welcome. Submission of papers by July 20th 2022. Visit the following link for more information


The National Waterways Museum improves digital access to the collection through 3D photography 

The National Waterways Museum, run by the Canal & River Trust covers three beautiful sites on the English Canal network: Gloucester, Ellesmere Port (Cheshire) and Stoke Bruerne (Northamptonshire).  Read more… 


Living Water Museums, India, launching two new online exhibitions 

-  Around World Water Day, on March 26, 2022, LWM is launching 'Punyache Paani', an online exhibition celebrating the waters of Pune which were once revered for their sweet taste and unique properties. 

-  On International Museum Day, May 18, 2022, LWM will be launching Jal Jharoka (A Window on Water) in partnership with the Mehrangarh Museum Trust, Jodhpur. An online exhibition tracing the development of elaborate water storage systems by arious rulers in Jodhpur, Rajasthan and the everyday practices around water in the city through visual narratives supported by miniature art, folk music, and immersive design.  
Read more…

Follow Living Water Museums on social media as they start sharing citizen voices airing their concerns around Punewaters.

A Barav or stepwell near Pune – Credit: Manas Marathe

New virtual tour in Croatia developed by the AQUATIKA water museum

Take a walk through the only freshwater aquarium in Croatia with a simple click. Through ten interactive points, you can virtually walk through the AQUATIKA museum and get a glimpse of what a typical ‘karst river’ looks like - from the source to the mouth. Read more…

New virtual tour on polders and pumping stations launched by the Cruquius Museum

Experience the story of the reclamation of Haarlemmermeer through the eyes of the famous meteorologist and surveyor Nicolaus Samuelis Cruquius and his housekeeper, Johanna. The meteorologist takes visitors through the Cruquius Pumping Station and places of the Haarlemmermeerpolder in the Netherlands that tell the unique water story of the low country. Read more…

Interactive workshop and installation for visitors at Hidrodoe Science Center
The annual theme of Hidrodoe in 2022 is ‘Invisible water’. During the spring break, the visitors of Hidrodoe could colour fish with soap bubbles and then bring the fish to life in our virtual aquarium. The workshop attracted a large audience and it will be held again during the Easter holidays. During the activity, visitors were told that invisible fish do exist: they are invisible to us because they live very deep in the ocean – but they exist and we have to take care of them.

12 elements of the water heritage in Spain’ – A virtual exhibition by Museu de les Aigües 

The Museu de les Aigües, together with Ticcih España, has created the virtual exhibition ‘12 elements of the water heritage in Spain’, a selection of some of the most important aspects of the Spanish aquatic legacies including the Central Cornellà of Aigües Barcelona, the Colonia Sedó, the Canal de Castilla and the Canal de Aragón. Read more… 

Enhanced open-source digital tools for the Historisches Klaerkwerk Museum

Historisches Klaerkwerk Museum recently intensified its efforts to create new digital tools and formats, starting from its historic sewage-treatment plant. The industrialization along the river Rhine transformed the landscape dramatically and modified the quality and the cultural importance of water. Read more… 



Three new exhibitions at the Changjiang Civilization Museum (Museum of the Yangtze River, Wuhan, China)

Ethnic Clothing - Exhibition on the Changjiang River Basin 

In cooperation with the Ethnology Museum of South-Central University for Nationalities, the museum presents an exhibition on ethnic clothing along the river basin of Yangtze. Consisting of three sections, this exhibition displays over 130 pieces of selected clothing, embroideries, and silver accessories from nine ethnic groups that have lived along the Changjiang River. The costumes are supplemented by pictures and video material, on-the-spot landscaping models and different interactive devices. Read more...

Refurbishment of the 'Endless Life of The Changjiang River' Exhibition Hall

In October 2021, the Changjiang Civilization Museum started the refurbishment of the 'Endless Life of the Changjiang River' exhibition hall. It displays now a larger section of fish specimens of the Changjiang River Basin collected by the researchers of the Museum. Also, it presents new results related to the 10-year fishing ban plan and adds some exhibits recently donated by two units – including traditional fishing boats, nets, and fishing gears. Integrated with technology, creativity and visual art, the new exhibition hall will show the beauty of the Changjiang River under flowing lights and shadows.

 The Changjiang River Theme Exhibition

An exhibition showcasing the diverse ecosystems of the Changjiang River was opened at the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum on December 14, 2021. The museum now provides new fascinating pictures projected at the painting corner of the exhibition hall. This exhibition aims at raising public awareness about environmental protection. Also, it displays a large number of specimens of endangered animals living in the Changjiang River basin and presents 42 water samples collected from different locations along the Yangtze, including Shanghai's Chongming District, Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Qinghai Province, and Wuhan, the capital of Hubei. Read more...

The Power of Water: St Elizabeth’s Flood on display at Biesbosch MuseumEinland, Netherlands

Six hundred years after the flood of 1421, the Biesbosch Museum tells the story of the origins of Biesbosch, exploring myths and true stories from the night of Saint Elisabeth. The exhibition also addresses the recurring problem of floods in the Netherlands over the past centuries and what we can learn from the past to protect ourselves in the future. Visit the museum’s website for more information, including a video interview with the museum director, Peter van Beek.

Flood risks in the Ile de France at Plouf 2022

From the 10th to the 12th of May, 'La Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie' of Paris will be hosting the Plouf 2022 event, organized by the state services (Préfecture de Police) to raise awareness among the general public about flood risk in the region of Ile-de-France. The Plouf event also includes a workshop on the management of the sewerage network in case of rising water levels: a topic that is relevant for future exhibitions at the Musée des Egouts and other water museums. Both public and private organizations will be partnering with the event. 

Musée de la Civilisation de l’Eau au Maroc ‘Mohammed VI’ at the 9th World Water Forum 
The Musée de la Civilisation de l’Eau au Maroc participated to the 9th WWF in Dakar with a dedicated space on the national Pavillion of Morocco. The Pavilion hosted the water museum in a dedicated space to disseminate information on the institutions and their activities. Also, the Pavillion of Morocco hosted the meetings of representatives of WAMU-NET at the 9th WWF. The director of the museum, Abdennabi El Mandour, organized for the WAMU-NET team a special meeting with Nizar Baraka, the Minister of Water and Infrastructures of the Kingdom of Morocco to plan future activities of common interest in Morocco. 

‘Cover Up’: exploring art and sustainability at the Water and Fountain Museum, Belgium

In May 2022, The Water and Fountain Museum (Ottignies, Belgium) unveils its new exhibition re-using the setting of a previous one. A former exhibition presented the underwater photographs of Harry Fayt, with pictures that are deeply linked to nature and denounce water pollution. To stay coherent with this vision, his images were printed on tarps made of recycled plastic. To push further the concept of a ‘recycled exhibition’, the museum decided to reuse the tarps as a new canvas for street artists. Thus, the ‘Cover up’ project was born. Working with Harry Fayt and the Yellow Road Gallery (a gallery specialising in street art) 14 artists have been invited to create original artworks on tarps. You can discover their work during the inauguration weekend on May 14 and 15 2022. Then, the exhibition will be accessible for free in the Bois des Rêves. More info

Water Forum announced by HYDRA Waterfall Museum in June 2022 at the Piediluco lake (Umbria) 
HYDRA / The Multimedia Museum of the Marmore Waterfalls is organizing a Water Forum at the end of June 2022 in Piediluco, a pleasant lake located in Umbria, Italy. Scholars and international experts on water resources will be involved in a meeting with local stakeholders to define a regeneration and protection scheme for the lake. WAMU-NET will be officially co-organizing this event, which will also be the occasion for the 1st meeting of the Italian members of WAMU-NET to meet and discuss eco-museums and sustainable tourism strategies.

‘The Great Wave’ and the photo contest at the Water Factory of Bologna

For World Water Day 2022, Opificio delle Acque / Water Factory of Bologna has promoted a photo competition called ‘The Canals in Bologna, the infinite flow of water’. A dozen photos selected by the photographer Stefano Laddomada have been exhibited at the Opificio delle Acque, to tell about the canals of our city through a series of iconic images. Also, within a cycle of conferences on water organised by the art historian Paola Goretti and entitled ‘THE GREAT WAVE - Art, culture and visions of water’, on March 22th the conference titled ‘Sister Water, Laudata sii’ was held. Read more...

Sharing tweets with visitors at AQUATIKA, Freshwater Aquarium Karlovac, Croatia

AQUATIKA is hosting the first tweets exhibition in Croatia. ‘Trending #HGSS70’ takes the lead from the 70th anniversary of the foundation of the Croatian Mountain Rescue Service (of which HGSS is the Croatian abbreviation). Trending #HGSS70 uses the language of the popular social media platform to communicate important messages about enjoying nature in safety. The exhibition was organised in association with the Croatian Mountain Rescue Service, which is very popular and active on Twitter with messages such as ‘Dear tourists, we are very approachable people, but you do not want our company while you are on vacation’. Creativity and selfless care for others are the common denominators of the tweets’ exhibition with an emphasis on the safety of living in nature.

Dante’s idea of purgatory at the historic Well of San Patrizio (Orvieto, Italy)

On the 17th of March, the Well of San Patrizio, the Municipality of Orvieto and Sistema Museo (the cooperative company which manages tourist visits to the historical well), organized a special guided tour titled: ‘Beyond the world, the ground. From San Patrizio to Dante, the idea of ​​purgatory’. Visitors, accompanied by expert guides, could be inspired by the visit to the well and wonder ‘When was Purgatory born?’ From the well of San Patrizio to the Renaissance frescoes by Luca Signorelli in the chapel of San Brizio, inside the Cathedral, this journey aimed at discovering the representation of purgatory in art through time.

The HYDRA concerts at the Multimedia Museum of the Marmore Waterfalls (Perugia, Italy)

From January to March 2022, the Multimedia Museum of the Marmore Waterfalls has been engaged in a series of concerts called ‘The concerts of HYDRA’, in collaboration with the Mirabil Eco association of Piediluco. With this program of 5 concerts, on Sunday mornings, musicians performed selected compositions that explore the theme of water and the mythology connected to it. On the occasion of the WWD on March 22th, the HYDRA museum organized a musical happening, ‘Aqua Fons Vitae’, in cooperation with the Ars Pace and Assisi Suono Sacro association, to recall the fundamental value of water for the protection of the planet and peace.  

Educational Days on Climate Change promoted by the Museum on Water Civilizations of Morocco

The Mohammed VI Museum for the Civilization of Water in Morocco will also organise this year the ‘Educational Day on Climate’, in cooperation with Moroccan and French high schools and the Cadi Ayyad University. This event is at the centre of the museum’s strategy focused on raising young people’s awareness of the challenges related to water issues and the sensitivity of its cycle due to climate changes.

ANBI celebrated its100th anniversary!

On March 21th 2022, the Italian National Association of Land Reclamation (ANBI) celebrated the Centenary of Modern Reclamation in Rome. The first Veneto regional Congress of Land reclamation took place in San Donà di Piave in 1922. Different events, conferences and festivals are planned for the next months. Further details are at this link.



Take It Slow: young people and sustainable tourism in the Veneto region, Italy
Students are the protagonists of a new educational activity aimed at promoting awareness of sustainable tourism and water heritage. The Veneto Region's Tourism Department, in collaboration with Civiltà dell'Acqua, the Water Museum of Venice, and the Global Network of Water Museums are about to complete the educational project for schools funded by the European project Interreg Italy-Croatia ‘Take it Slow’.

Training young people by stimulating their creativity on the themes of slow, accessible, and sustainable tourism are the aims of educational activities structured in two phases. In the first phase, ten selected classes will benefit from a series of workshops aimed at exploring the theme of eco-tourism along the historic routes of river navigation: from the Po Delta River to the medieval canals of the Euganean Hills, from the Venice Lagoon to the Venetian Eastern coastline. Through guided excursions by bike, on foot, and aboard traditional boats, students will discover the natural and cultural heritage of water as a 'resource for the quality of slow tourism and sustainable development'. In the second phase, students will be supported by the Communication Team of the Global Network of Water Museums to produce videos and short films using the stop-motion technique. The most deserving videos will participate in The Water We Want youth contest.


New Water Classrooms in Pune, India, developed by the Living Water Museums
Water Classrooms, supported by the Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures initiative at the Indian Institute of Human Settlements, Bangalore, will be developing content and pedagogy on water for secondary schools, through a partnership with local schools, academic institutes, educators, and children in Pune. Members of the Global Network interested in water education more widely are invited to collaborate on this initiative by getting in touch with the curator Sara Ahmed at LWM.
Project Climate Wall, supported by the US Consulate General, Kolkata seeks to engage children from schools in Kolkata, the Sundarbans region, and Dhaka, Bangladesh to advocate youth voices on climate awareness, both through physical initiatives (mangrove plantations) and the development of a virtual wall on mitigating the future risks of climate change.
Watch children speak on climate change on World Wetlands Day.
Videos and webinars on the ghats of Kolkata can be found here.

Musée des Egouts, Paris, calling on discussion on non-drinkable water systems in cities
The Paris City Council is about to approve the next non-drinkable water master plan that will guide Paris municipal policy for non-drinkable water until 2035 (including investment plans, alternative uses, and promotional aspects). Paris is one of the very few cities with a non-drinkable water system. The Musée des Egouts is looking to hear from other WAMU-NET fellow members who might have knowledge of similar situations in their country and are willing to share, exchange good practices, and discuss ways forward.


Biesbosch Museum awarded the Green Key Gold Status for the sixth consecutive year

The Green Key is an international ecolabel for sustainable companies in the recreation and leisure sector and the business market. The Green Key Program is managed by the Danish Foundation for Environmental Education. Since 2017, the Biesbosch Museum has been working toward maintaining the Green Key Gold status as one of its strategic aims. The implemented measures include sustainable practices such as a sustainable purchasing policy, reduction of paper, water and energy consumption, and the creation of a dedicated team that monitors the process. Well done, Biesbosch Museum! WAMU-NET members are invited to get in touch and collaborate more.

AQUATIKA awarded as the winner of ŽIVA AWARD 2022 for the Best Slavic Museum and the Best Heritage Site in Slavic Countries 

The Živa Award was established in 2012 by an expert group of the countries of the Forum of Slavic Cultures (FSC). It is named after the Slavic goddess Živa (also known as Żiwia, Siva, Sieba or Razivia), representing the principle of life, beauty, vitality, and fertility – and it’s aimed at expressing these characteristics embodied by Slavic cultures. This year, the prize was awarded to AQUATIKA. 

On the occasion of the awarding ceremony, the director of the Forum of Slavic Cultures, Andreja Rihter, stated: “The Živa Award reveals the sensibility of Slavic museums for the preservation, recognition, and representation of their cultural heritage. It recognizes the efforts of the small or large, national, or local museums, which are aware that cultural heritages and values represent an essential investment for the present and the future.” Project partners of the Živa Award are the European Museum Academy (EMA) and other numerous national museum institutions.

Top Utility Award 2022 to Veritas and the Aqueduct Museum of Venice

The company Althesys awarded Veritas the Top Utility Prize to recognize excellence in the Italian sector of public services. The award recognises Veritas, the public company which manages the Aqueduct Museum of Venice, as the best company for communication activities on both traditional and new media, and its engagement with citizens, local communities, and stakeholders. The quality of educational activities in local schools on water and wastewater-related issues was also acknowledged by the prize. For this school year, despite the restrictions imposed by Covid, over 15,000 students were involved in training activities, ranging from pre-schools to primary schools, and first and second-degree high schools. 

National Waterways Museum, UK shortlisted for the 2021/2022 Marketing Cheshire Awards

The National Waterways Museum, run by the Canal & River Trust covers three beautiful sites on the English Canal network: in Gloucester, Ellesmere Port (Cheshire) and Stoke Bruerne (Northamptonshire). The Museum at Ellesmere Port has been shortlisted for the 2021-22 Marketing Cheshire Awards in the category of ‘Best Experience’. This nomination is due to our Canal Town initiative, aiming to give the visitor a flavour of what the port was like more than 100 years ago when it was a busy transit dock, transferring cargo from ocean-going ships to canal boats – and vice versa! For visitors, there are demonstrations of boats going through canal locks, horse-drawn narrowboats and costumed colleagues to meet in Porter’s Row, the traditional dock worker cottages.


Tree-planting educational campaign promoted by the Yellow River Museum, China

At the beginning of Spring, the Yellow River Museum, in cooperation with some volunteers carried out a tree-planting activity in the museum park. Under the guidance of a horticulturist, the volunteers planted more than 50 saplings, including a Chinese pagoda tree, sweet-scented osmanthus tree, cherry tree, and loquat tree. With this activity, the Yellow Museum calls on more people to participate in practical actions for protecting and strengthening nature and the water environment. 

In March, the museum also organised outdoor educational activities aimed at promoting ‘more civilized behaviours in the new era’ in local schools of water conservancy. More than 20 display boards concerning the basin landscape, sociocultural development and accomplishments in harnessing the Yellow River were set up on campus to disseminate the Yellow River culture. Through guided tours, hundreds of college students were attracted to the outdoor exhibition and could learn about the Yellow River and its ecological cycles.

Museums of Mequinenza chosen by the European project MOMAr

The MOMAr project (Models of Management for Singular Rural Heritage) aims at providing strategic thinking on the use of cultural and natural resources, creating models of economic and social development and territorial sustainable management to strengthen the identity of rural areas. MOMAr aims to improve policies and programs addressing heritage in rural territories, considering the peculiarities and cultural identities of places where rurality is a cornerstone for action and development. Within this framework, the Museums of Mequinenza were chosen as a good practice to foster the MOMAr project objectives


'History and Heritage of Aguas Corrientes in Uruguay: 150th anniversary celebrated online 
An international seminar was organised by OSE's Historical and Cultural Heritage Management Committee to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the continuous supply of running water to Montevideo. The objective was to share the history of the running water service in Uruguay and its evolution over time. It was also an opportunity to celebrate OSE’s historical and cultural heritage with the creation of a dedicated water museum and its membership in WAMU-NET. OSE has been working on the recovery of its historical water heritage in cooperation with various institutions, to promote water education in local schools and enhance its cultural heritage for better implementation of sustainable and more inclusive management of water resources.
'Museology and Water Cultures in Ibero-America' - new online course for WAMU-NET members
The online course titled 'Museology and Water Cultures in Ibero-America' was organised from 21st to 23rd of February by the Intergovernmental Hydrological Programme – Latin America and Caribe (IHP-LAC) of UNESCO, in collaboration with the Conference of Ibero-American Water Directors (CODIA), and with the support of the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID). The three-day online training included the contribution of different water museums from LACs which are part of the WAMU-NET subnetwork. Among the WAMU-NET members, OSE's water museums and its Historical and Cultural Heritage Management Committee participated with the presentation: 'OSE's Water Museum, enhancement of the heritage of running water in Uruguay'. 
Webinars on energy, water, and waste solutions at the Ghajn, Malta
Ghajn (National Water Conservation and Awareness Centre of Malta) is offering a set of free online sessions on sustainability for the corporate sector. The course has been designed to be interactive and will cover different sustainability opportunities for the business sector. The first sessions will focus on Energy, Water and Waste Solutions: 
Supporting Malta’s Corporate Sector is based on the basic principles of Education on Sustainable Development. The first course starts on March 29 and will be repeated each month once a week till June 2022. All sessions will be held online. Anyone interested can book a place by clicking here.
'El Ebro. 50 razones para amarlo': book presentation at the History Museum of Mequinenza
The Museum of the History of Mequinenza hosted the presentation of 'El Ebro. 50 razones para amarlo' (The Ebro River. 50 reasons to love it) by the musician Arturo Gaya and the photographer María Elena Maureso. It is an unconventional travel guide that covers the 930 kilometres of the course of the Ebro River, from its source to its mouth, through the identity, culture and music of a territory that shares the same river. Gaya and Maureso also featured a small concert in which the Ebro River was the protagonist through its traditional music.

Conference 'Landscape and memory: a literary vision'
On March 26, the Museos de Mequinenza hosted a conference to explore the links between landscape and memory through literature. Writer and journalist Noemí Sabugal and anthropologist Virginia Mendoza presented their latest works: 'Hijos del carbón' (Children of coal) and 'Quién te cerrarrá los ojos' ('Who will close your eyes'). The museums also presented their new educational projects related to memory, literature, and rivers.

Floating photovoltaic systems for energy self-sufficiency
In this difficult period in which the pandemic and the war have highlighted the need for energy self-sufficiency, the Italian National association of Land Reclamation / ANBI contributes to the Italian needs through the annual production of about 697 million kilowatt hours, thanks to 242 hydroelectric plants and about 8 million kilowatt hours thanks to 110 photovoltaic plants. ANBI promotes a new project with photovoltaic systems floating on the waters of the reservoirs to ensure greater efficiency than those “on the ground”: greater refraction is guaranteed by the proximity to water, with less overheating, and therefore greater productivity. This system also reduces the formation of algae, thus improving the quality of the water resource intended for irrigation.


We would like to officially welcome the following institutions that have joined the Network over the last few months:
  • HYDRA / Multimedia Museum of the Marmore Waterfalls – Italy
  • Italian National Association of Land Reclamation – ANBI, Rome – Italy
  • The Aqueduct Museum of Venice / VERITAS, Venice – Italy
  • Well of San Patrizio and Etruscan Water Heritage, Orvieto – Italy
  • Green Earth Alliance, Florida – USA
  • Canadian Museum of Water, Port McNicoll – Canada
Also we welcome our new individual members:
  • Ivan Mikolji, researcher and river explorer, Venezuela-US
  • Chris Wilmott, painter, UK
More members are in the process of confirming their affiliation. If you wish to suggest new potential members, do not hesitate to contact us at
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