Water is Life

An abundance of water and food can become possible for all people on Earth, if we understand and implement the principles of natural water management. Restoring natural water cycles is only possible through localized, decentralized activity. For people to take responsibility and act meaningfully to restore their local ecosystems, we need to consider water management primarily at the level of each watershed. One practical task for local communities is the comprehensive, integrative design of Water Retention Landscapes.

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Indigenous youth leader, Tokata Iron Eyes, speaks about the phrase “Water is Life”