State of the Waters
Have you ever wondered where the water in your tap comes from or the future of our water supply? Do you think about how many times and ways you use water in a day? How about who controls the water and how are water quality compares to state standards?
The State of the Waters presentation covers some Science 101 with a look at the water cycle and how it provides for our needs. We take a closer look at how the management of our landscape as a whole has impacted our water resources and the many sectors of modern life that depend on these resources. You will learn about how we’ve changed where rain water goes, what happens to it once it falls, and how it comes back around to our homes. We look at wells, industrial needs, lawn irrigation, and even impacts to wildlife. Finally, we discuss a range of strategies and efforts aimed at protecting and improving both our water quality and supply.
The Alliance provides State of the Waters presentations largely on-demand. We can meet groups at their regular meeting time, or we can join them as a lunch-and-learn topical speaker. If interested, email us at email@example.com or call us at 317-672-7577.
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