Events with Michal Kravcik

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Renewing Water Cycles by Rehydrating Landscapes-Naturally!

Michal Kravčík , a distinguished hydrologist and climate expert from Slovakia and recipient of the Goldman Environmental Prize, has an urgent message for America as well as the rest of the globe: All of us, not just the “experts,” must take action by soaking up the rain in soil and plants, which releases cooling cloud-forming vapor to fall again as rain and restores critical land-based water cycles.

Otherwise we will experience worsening drought, heat waves and other climate woes, including floods and severe storms. Dr. Kravčík is a seasoned world lecturer who will be touring North America in March and April 2017, presenting natural, inexpensive solutions for restoring more livable landscapes and weather patterns. For anyone, lay or professional, concerned about water supplies, land use, or climate, this will be time well spent.

For more information please visit Voices of Water for Climate, a project of Biodiversity for a Livable Climate at, or contact tour coordinator Jan Lambert at, 603-477-9947.

Dr. Kravčík’s public speaking schedule

Past events are listed below current events.

Vermont and New Hampshire:

Co-Sponsored in Northern New England by E.J. Prescott Inc.

Wednesday, Mar 22, 2017: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Renewing Water Cycles By Rehydrating Landscapes-Naturally!
Student Conservation Association, 689 River Road, in North Charlestown NH. Sponsored by the Sullivan County Conservation District. The date is especially appropriate as March 22 is also United Nations World Water Day, suggested donation is $5.

Thursday March 23, 2017:  At the Climate Solutions Caucus at noon, in Room 10 of the State House, 115 State St., Montpelier VT 05633

Friday March 24, 2017: All day. Come meet Michal Kravčík at the EJ Prescott booth at the New Hampshire Water & Watershed Conference, Plymouth State University, Plymouth NH. Registration fee required; register at

For more information on Vermont/New Hampshire events listed above, please contact
Jan Lambert at or 603-477-9947.


Sunday, March 26, 2017: 6 pm, Biodiversity for a Livable Climate Meetup at 1 Fayette Park, Cambridge. The presentation and discussion will start at 7 pm and will be preceded by a potluck supper. Free on-street parking on Sundays.  Near Central Square T stop on the Red Line. A $10. donation is requested.

Monday, March 27, 2017: 10 am – Noon,  Mass Fish and Game Headquarters, 1 Rabbit Hill Road, Westborough MA 01581. This talk will be an opportunity for professionals in water and watershed management and others in related fields to consider next steps in drought management, and examine the opportunities for drought prevention in Massachusetts.

Individual and group meetings may be scheduled with Dr. Kravcik from 1 pm to Lunch available locally, or bring your own.

Admissions is free but registration is required, here.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

5:00 pm, Haller Hall, Harvard University Museum of Natural History, 24 Oxford Street, Cambridge. How To End Floods and Drought: Soaking Up the Rain, Cooling the Earth – a general introduction to The New Water Paradigm.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

9:30 – 11:00  Meeting and tour Tidmarsh Living Observatory in Plymouth, Massachusetts.  It’s a beautiful wetlands restoration of a large cranberry farm.

11:30 – 5:00  Various events throughout the day for students, professionals, decision-makers and the general public at Bristol Community College in Fall River and elsewhere on the South Shore.  Details to come.

For more information on Massachusetts events listed above, please contact
Paula Phipps at or 617-441-3162.


April 1 – 15.  Details to come.

Past Events

Thursday, Mar 9, 2017: 8:00 am – 3:30 pm, Know H2ow Winter Engineering Seminar Series
Renewing Water Cycles by Rehydrating Landscapes – Naturally!
Register at . For more information contact Shannon Bragg, Conference Coordinator, at (207) 582-1851 X 1100 or

Know H2ow winter engineering seminar series, Track 2. Examining the past, present and future of stormwater management, drainage, and erosion and sediment control. With a focus on challenges ahead, this track will provide a detailed map of the core sustainable practices essential to our future. Open to the public; registration and fee required. Particularly suitable for Municipal Engineers, County Engineers, Civil Engineers, Commercial Excavators, Landscape Architects, Landscape Contractors, City & Town Highway Departments, State DOT Offices, State DEP Offices, Colleges & Universities and Natural Resource Conservation/USDA District Offices and others.

Saturday, March 11, 2017: 7 pm at the Orchard Hill School, 114 Old Settlers Rd., E. Alstead NH.
Renewing Water Cycles By Rehydrating Landscapes-Naturally!
The program will be preceded by a potluck supper at 5:30 pm with musical entertainment by the Solar Sisters. Admission to the program is by suggested donation of $5.

Monday, March 13, 2017: 7 to 8:15 pm; Meet and Greet at 6:30 pm
Renewing Water Cycles By Rehydrating Landscapes-Naturally!
Porter Community Room, Montshire Museum of Science, One Montshire Rd., Norwich, VT. Sponsored by the VT Chapter of the Sierra Club and Conservation Law Foundation. Admission is free and open to the public.

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