4th Annual Wetland Project Slow Radio Broadcast on Earth Day

Wetland Project 2020
A breath of fresh air in our self-isolation

Tune into the 4th annual Wetland Project Slow Radio Broadcast and turn the simple act of listening to the radio into a powerful act of collective protest for climate action and a healthier planet.

Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Vancouver, BC: CITR 101.9 FM
Powell River, BC: CJMP 90.1 FM
Edmonton, AB: CJSR 88.5 FM
Toronto, ON: CJRU 1280 AM
Montréal, QC: CKUT 90.3 FM
San Francisco, CA: KALW 91.7 FM
Copenhagen, DK: The Lake Radio
The list of participating stations continues to grow.
Click here for updates and broadcast times.

Worldwide Internet Stream: wetlandproject.com/stream
Send a Tweet to the interactive stream @wetlandproject.

Since Earth Day 2019 the news continues bleak: fires, floods, extinction, pandemic! It’s important to keep informed but at times the chatter is completely overwhelming. It’s time to pause. It’s time to reflect on what’s at stake. Multidisciplinary artists Brady Marks and Mark Timmings invite you to tune into the Earth by taking part in the annual Wetland Project Slow Radio Broadcast. 

Connect to the 24-hour circadian rhythm of the endangered ṮEḴTEḴSEN marsh located in the traditional and unceded territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ First Nations (Saturna Island, British Columbia). The beautiful and complex environmental soundscape, featuring birds, frogs, airplanes and more, engages with you in real time throughout the day. The immersive quality of the slow radio broadcast promotes heightened awareness of the natural environment, which turns the simple act of listening to the radio into a powerful act of collective protest for climate action. 

“I love this!” … “an auditory gem” …‬ “absolutely amazing radio” … “Such a lovely counterpoint to the usual keystone cops media!” … “so very enlivening” “What is it that makes this so calming and inspiring?” … “Been some time since I’ve come across something that has captivated me in the way this has” … “left me with a nice feeling all day” … “best radio I have heard in a long time” … “listened all day and loved it all” … “Such a lovely gift. Thank you, thank you!” read more


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