A unique, free event combining science, storytelling and songwriting to explore our relationship with water in the Sheffield and South Pennines area.
On Saturday 1st April, join researchers from several institutions for a half-day workshop by the Ingbirchworth reservoir, during which you’ll have the chance to learn more about local water and drought issues, visit an ongoing field experiment and participate in a storytelling workshop. The conversations, memories and stories shared will be used to create an exclusive song by local singer-songwriter Sharron Kraus.
Lunch and refreshments will be included in this one-off science, storytelling and song-writing event!
For more information and to register for your free place: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/think-water-storytelling-for-the-future-of-sheffield-tickets-32656274797
There will also be separate training sessions on Friday 31st March and after the main event on Saturday 1st April, for anyone interested in volunteering as a citizen science researcher on our field experiments.
For information on the training sessions and citizen science opportunities, please contact Patty (firstname.lastname@example.org)