State of the Water 2020

Join Miami Waterkeeper for the annual State of the Water address, which convenes an intimate group of community leaders to discuss major issues facing our watershed and solutions for the year ahead. Our Miami Waterkeeper, Rachel Silverstein Ph.D., will present key strategic initiatives for the coming year and share a fact-based overview of the state of the water in South Florida from the lens of business, government, and science, focusing on the intersection between sea level rise and water pollution. Representing over $12.7 billion of annual economic impact to South Florida, there is no question the waters that surround us, in fact, unites us all.



Elected Officials Confirmed to date:

Francis Suarez, Mayor, City of Miami  |  Phil Stoddard, Mayor, City of South Miami  |  Marvin Wilmoth, Vice Mayor, North Bay Village | Daniella Levine Cava, Commissioner, Miami Dade County  |  Ken Russell, Commissioner, City of Miami  |  Pat Keon, Commissioner, City of Coral Gables |  Vince Lago, Commissioner, City of Coral Gables


Would you like a discounted rate for this event? Become a Miami Waterkeeper member today and you'll receive $10 off your State of the Water entry.




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$50.00 General Admission Non-member
$40.00 General Admission Miami Waterkeeper Member

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HomeMiami Waterkeeper is a South Florida Environmental Group that advocates for Swimmable, Drinkable, Fishable water for all. Working on sea rise, water pollution, coral reef protection, and water issue education.