Ashland, Oregon just hosted their Vol. 4 evening with a very fluid theme: Water. The event featured presenters discussing their work and experience involving good ol' H2O.

Ashland's local Rogue Riverkeeper newsletter did a short preview of the festivities and included a list of PKN Ashland presenters and their topics -- here's a few of them:

Pete Wallstrom - River guide, river advocate, and owner of Momentum River Expeditions presents adventures in river running and river advocacy.

Malena Marvin - ecological designer and PechaKucha Night organizer, suggests diverting your greywater can transform and invigorate your household's relationship with water.

For the full write-up, head over to Rogue Riverkeeper's post.

PKN Ashland Vol. 1 The city of Ashland (US) had its first PechaKucha Night just a few days ago, and from what organizer Malena Marvin tells us, it was a terrific start, with over 100 in attendance and some "fabulous" presentations. You'll find the full list of presenters with links on the official event page. Pictured above, that's Malena, as she plays a video greeting from PechaKucha co-founders Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham (photo by George Rubaloff).