Bill Stowe to present Immersed in Water
Water, living so close to the mightiest river in the country we think we know all
about it. And while we do know a lot about it, there is much more to learn.
In the presentation, Immersed in Water, Bill Stowe, CEO and General Manager of Des Moines Water Works, emphasizes the central role water has in each of our lives, beginning before birth and throughout our entire lives, at individual, community and economic levels.
He will appear at Scott Community College’s Kahl Educational Center 10th Floor from 4 – 5:30 p.m. on May 7.
Stowe pays special attention on water as a vital component in our economic development, history and our future. An appreciation for the challenges faced in both water quality and water quantity underscore the active role each of us as individuals can play in promoting greater stewardship of water in its many forms.
Participants will be encouraged to be both better informed consumers of water and also more engaged actors in the discussions necessary to improve our water resources as a community.
His presentation is made possible by Davenport SCENE with support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and Scott Community College, one of the Eastern Iowa Community Colleges.
Davenport SCENE (Sustainable City Empowered Network for Education) is a unique partnership of several local agencies including Eastern Iowa Community Colleges/Scott Community College Library and the college’s Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center, Figge Art Museum, Davenport Public Library, Nahant Marsh Educational Center, Quad Cities Food Hub, Junior Achievement, Living Lands and Waters, and River Music Experience.
The goal of the partnership is to advance the science and information literacy of Davenport residents of all ages regarding environmental sustainability and energy efficiency in order to move Davenport toward becoming a sustainable city.
For more information about his appearance here call 563-441-4150.