Water: What's it worth?
Protecting our most important resource is more challenging than ever
Connecting the Drops
From rainfall to glassful, what happens to water along its path?
What's the cost of NOT protecting water?
You need water. Water needs you.
We all make decisions when it comes to water. Tap or bottle? Safe to drink? Safe to swim? Will I conserve? How do I protect?
"Connecting the Drops: A Citizen's Guide to Protecting Water Resources" (2015) lays the foundation for protecting water resources. The WetNet helps you take the next step by bringing you a network of organizations, how-tos, and opportunities to ask questions and get help with local water protection plans and laws—resources to save the resource.
Get together with others who share your concerns
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Water protection is a big issue.
As long as we need water, we will need to protect it. As population grows, we use more water, produce more waste, and create more contaminants that reach our water supply. Land development disrupts watersheds. Climate change looms. Flooding increases. Water is a shared resource; when it’s polluted, flooding or drying up it presents shared problems. If we all pitch in we can solve these problems. But it takes action! Take to the streets, support local initiatives, understand the facts behind controversial water issues, help a child experience nature: Welcome to the WetNet!