World Fisheries Day 2017

Posted: November 21, 2017
Category: Newsletters
Tags: climate change, fish, fisheries, sustainable, water

World Fisheries Day was established in 1997 to highlight the importance of fisheries around the world and draw attention to overfishing, habitat destruction and other serious threats to the sustainability of our aquatic resources. More than 25% of the world’s dietary protein is provided by fish with over 100 million metric tons of fish consumed […]

Rural Plumbing

rural plumbing
Posted: November 17, 2017
Category: Groundwater
Tags: cistern, datalogger, heron, monitoring, quality, water, wells

If you live in an area that is not serviced by city water lines, you may encounter unique plumbing needs.  You must rely on your own infrastructure for a consistent water supply and maintaining that supply can often present unusual problems. Many properties have their own well.  If you do own your well, you are […]

Telemetry

telemetry
Posted: November 6, 2017
Category: Groundwater
Tags: pressure transmitter, sdi-12, technology, telemetry, water

Telemetry is a term used to describe many forms of wireless communication and data transmission.  This data exchange can employ wires, radios, cell phone signals or even satellites in remote locations.  Telemetry plays a very important role in water management.  Telemetry systems can be employed to transmit water quality data, changes in water levels and […]

Halloween

halloween
Posted: October 31, 2017
Category: Uncategorized
Tags: halloween, holiday, october

Halloween is one of the oldest holidays still being celebrated today.  The roots of Halloween or All Hallows Eve can be traced back over 2,000 years to the Druids, a Celtic culture found in the United Kingdom and Northern Europe prior to the Roman Empire.  Their festival of Samhain, a Celtic Fire festival celebrated October […]

The International Children’s Peace Prize

Posted: October 24, 2017
Category: Newsletters
Tags: children, international, peace prize

Since 2005, The Kids Rights Foundation has been awarding the International Children’s Peace Prize to a young person they feel should be recognized for their fierce efforts to improve the situation of the children in their environment and even the world.  This year, we have a Canadian nominee, Autumn Peltier. Autumn is a water advocate […]

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