25 years on Water
Cities Without Water
Facts and Statistics
Living Water Garden
Start Your Own
Living Water Project
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Science and Education of Water
Keepers of the Waters is constantly exploring all aspects of water. We want the world to know what we know. And, in turn, we encourage you to share your knowledge. Add to our list of resources or submit an article by emailing us at:
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In these pages we bring you information about books, facts and statistics, a list of other great organizations and how to start your own project. You can also order Keepers of the Waters’ power point presentations to use in your classroom or workshop. Check out our menu on the left.
Amazing articles round out our focus on education and science. Watch for other articles as we research important issues.
Betsy Damon: 25 Years on Water The Womens Environmental Artists Directory February 2014 issue "proudly honors BETSY DAMON, a first-generation feminist performance artist and influential environmental art role model. From China to Pittsburg, she has made significant contributions to the art and understanding of remediating water for three+ decades. Sharing expertise, she founded the “Keepers of the Waters”—an artist-run nonprofit that helps other artists and communities create their own local water saving projects."
Cities without Water As more and more people are living in with sky-scrapped cities we have to pay attention to water availablitiy now and into the future. Los Angeles and Cape Town for example both recently faced draughts with uncerntain outcomes.
Living Water Water is vital to our survival; all life is totally dependent upon it. People have cured themselves of diseases just by drinking good water. But it is the difference between water that is alive and water that is dead that clarifies a discussion about good water.
Bottled Water - What Can We Do? We all have a right to clean water. It is a resource that shouldn't be packaged and sold. This article takes a look at the controversy and summarizes some important facts and statistics that will make you never want to drink from plastic again.
We Are All Connected (and why we shouldn’t ‘frack’) We are at a tipping point, or beyond it some will say. In recent human history, we have put a massive strain on all the systems of the earth and are now seeing many in decline. Fracking is dangerous and threatening to our air, water and land. Keepers of the Waters explores the controversy and raises a call to protect our water sources.