Pair of radio interviews focus on Songs of the Susquehanna feedback deadline approaching on Feb. 28
Middle Susquehanna Riverkeeper John Zaktansky recently spent some time on air to talk about the popular Songs of the Susquehanna project and the impending deadline for feedback on the 58 original, river-inspired songs up for consideration for the 2022 playlist.
You can check out the songs and provide feedback at this link -- those that take the time to do this by Feb. 28 will be put into a drawing for two tickets to the Susquehanna Greenway Partnership's April 9 Paddling Film Festival at the Campus Theatre in Lewisburg, along with a few other potential prizes.
You can also donate directly to the project by clicking here, as your donation will go to cover Songs of the Susquehanna costs and then will be divided among the musicians who are selected for the final playlist.
John Zaktansky talked about the Songs of the Susquehanna submissions with Mark Lawrence on WKOK's Sunrise show on Feb. 17, along with a number of other upcoming projects. You can hear the full interview here:
On Feb. 23, the Middle Susquehanna Riverkeeper spoke with Fiona Powell on WVIA radio about the Songs of the Susquehanna project's feedback phase and how the project has helped open new doors for engagement. That full interview is here:
Again, deadline to listen to the songs, provide feedback and be entered into the prize drawing for Paddling Film Festival tickets and a few other cool prizes is Monday, Feb. 28.
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John Zaktansky is an award-winning journalist and avid promoter of the outdoors who loves camping, kayaking, fishing and hunting with the family.