International Indigenous Salmon Symposium
Join us for a special live-streamed program of ceremony, song, and speakers from the International Indigenous Salmon Symposium, a gathering dedicated to building Indigenous-led conservation alliances to restore to health the salmon at risk of extinction, and the world of relations they bring to life.
The Natural History Museum is pleased to participate in the group exhibition “Flood Tide of Resistance”, curated by Oliver Ressler. This exhibition brings together artists who produce works in dialogue with the climate justice movements related to both land and sea, in which they consider themselves participants.
Led by local residents and public health advocates, this tour will give you a first hand account of what it is like to live and grow up in the most heavily fracked county in Pennsylvania, Washington County.
Kayak Expedition for Clean Energy Justice
Join kayakers on the Allegheny River for a paddle to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center with signs and flags calling for a clean energy future.