Agir pour le Vivant, Vienne – 21-23 July

Come and talk about the Rhone and the great rivers in this artistic and friendly festival! Agir pour le Vivant will take place at the Musée Gallo-Romain in Vienne from 21 to 23 July. An opportunity to discover the very first stand dedicated to Living with Rivers, and to protect the rivers together.

This artistic and convivial festival, which is the echo of the Agir pour le Vivant event in Arles, offers workshops for young and old, sensory walks around the river, and numerous conferences and round tables: Elisabeth Ayrault, Jean-Louis Michelot, Sabah Rahmani… to listen to the Rhône.

You will also be able to meet Living with Rivers in the Rhône Village on Friday 22 July, alongside other associations committed to the protection of rivers: Cap sur Rhône, Id-Eau, Fondation Tara Océan…

An event not to be missed this summer!

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Rhone Festival

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Rhone Exhibition

Lionel Gauthier: “Everyone wants to bathe in Lake Geneva!”

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Saint Lawrence Article

Stratégies Saint-Laurent, a network to protect the St. Lawrence River

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