Voices H2O

In the words of National Poet Laureate Joy Harjo, water is life. But what happens when the quality and availability of clean fresh water is at risk? Who are the winners and losers? With ever increasing demands for, and threats to, this finite resource, how can we ensure no stream, no community, no voice is too small to be counted? 

Stroud™ Water Research Center presents Voices H₂O, an ongoing series that gives voice to the complex and sometimes competing issues surrounding our relationship with water.

If you have a unique personal story or perspective that challenges dominating views, highlights underrepresented stakeholders, and invites critical thinking, we want to hear from you. Submit your article draft or idea, a sample of your writing, and your writer bio to Diane Huskinson. Submissions should be no longer than 1,000 words and include photos. If selected, your story will be published on our website and in UpStream Newsletter.

Stories From the Voices H₂O Series

Jacqline Wolf Tice
Native American Heritage Month: From Acknowledgment to Understanding to Truth Telling
Stroud™ Water Research Center welcomes guest writer Jacqline Wolf Tice, who shares her thoughts on water in honor of Native American Heritage Month.