‘Let’s pay attention’
I am provided this timely article about water from Della Moen of the Stephenson Soil and Water Conservation District.
When everything is working the way we think it should, we barely notice. That’s true about the availability of water. Where we live, we use it routinely. Then comes a drought and we notice. Without rain (and snow) our fresh water supply diminishes.
A reminder: Fresh water on which all plant and animal life depends is less than 3 percent of the earth’s supply of water. Ninety-seven percent of the water on earth is salt water and not available for our use as it is. And two-thirds of freshwater is not available to us because it is frozen in the polar caps. Water molecules are not being created or destroyed only recycled – evaporated, condensed and precipitated as pure water molecules that we know chemically as H2O.
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