The Social Life of Water in the Okanagan Valley
The Social Life of Water in the Okanagan Valley is a multimedia museum exhibition that uses art, audio and visual media, and storytelling to explore the diverse meanings that water holds and has held for the many communities, cultures and interest groups in the valley over time. In addition to exploring the past and present, the exhibition examines our relationship with water in the future, inviting participants to imagine how a responsible relationship with water might look.

This project is informed by the collective knowledge of Okanagan communities. In addition to the exhibition, the team is collecting knowledge, stories and ideas from community members that we will include on the project's website (www.watersoftheokanagan.ca). Please use this form to contribute. No personal information will be revealed on the website.

For more information, contact christine@watercycles.org.

Answer as many or as few questions as you'd like. Thank you for your contributions!

What do you think is one of the most important water issues in the Okanagan Valley?
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Tell us a story. Is there a particular place or body of water in the Okanagan that you feel a strong connection to? Describe why it is special.
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How do you spend time with water? E.g. do you boat, swim, fish, sail, hike, paddle, celebrate, drink, etc.?
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Have you noticed changes to water over time? (e.g. changes to the watershed, the hydrological cycle, water availability, etc.)
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In your community, what do you see being done to restore or protect water?
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What is your hope for the future of water in the Okanagan? What will the watershed look like? How will humans interact with water?
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If you would like to have updates about the exhibition and/or event series, please include your name and contact information (e-mail and/or phone) below.
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Is there anything else you think we should know about water in the Okanagan Valley?
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What do you do? (professionally or otherwise).
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How long have you and/or your family been in the Okanagan?
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How do you identify culturally/ethnically?
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What is your gender?
What is your age?
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