Water, Conserving a Miraculous Sustenance of Life (2 images)

Simple but doable steps.

Laura Putman Nature Photography

Water is crystalline, water is energy, it is memory, it is life, the single most important ingredient to the potion of life. (Informed Water Bottle)

Not far from my home is the Pumphouse County Natural Area a 128-acre natural area that includes a spring-fed wetland, and forms the headwaters of Oak Creek, a major tributary of the Verde River, one of the desert’s last free-flowing rivers. It attracts a wide variety of wildlife, including elk, fox, deer, waterfowl, wading birds, migratory birds, wintering bald eagles, elk, garter snakes, songbirds, and small mammals.

The Wind River (pictured above) is located in a canyon that has been around for millions of years. The river is protected, but now faces degradation because there are pollutants that flow into creeks above Boysen Reservoir, which discharge into the Wind River, the local EPA is looking into resolutions to return this magnificent river…

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