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MWA Presents the "ABC's of water... more...
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Today's Water Wisdom
Andy Horne, Board Member, Imperial Irrigation District
The definition of low-value crops is crops you're growing with water that somebody else wants. - Phoenix, Arizona Water Forum, January 7, 2005
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Who is learning to be "Water Wise"?
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Why should I learn to be wise with water ? ... The availability of clean, fresh, liquid water is one of the resources that make it possible for humans to prosper in any corner of our planet. As the demand for water increases with the local and regional population, relatively fixed local and regional water resources have been and will increasingly become less of a "sustainable" and more of a "mined" resource; one that will increasing become more scarce and less economical to recover.
Encouraging, educating and assisting water users to reduce their water consumption in order to help entire communities live within the "carrying capacity" of their watershed's resources is the goal of waterwiseeducation.org. For more information about the WWE email your request to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org