Hear from some of The Groundwater Foundation's local partners about the impact they're having in their communities.
Carmel, Indiana has taken a creative approach to engaging the public through fun, informative videos shared on social media.
The "little spring" in Hernando County, Florida provides over 73 million gallons per day for residents' drinking water. They wanted to protect it.
Passionate young water scientists are fostered in local Girl Scout troops.
Washington County, Pennsylvania helps develop citizen scientists.
Steve Kelley has been protecting Beatrice, Nebraska's water since 1972, and recruited a Groundwater Guardian team to help.
Mecklenburg County, North Carolina has taken various paths towards local groundwater education.
Las Vegas Valley has worked to maintain the water table, which is higher than more stable than it has been in more than a quarter century.
By engaging with the community locally and nationally, the Southern Willamette Valley, Oregon is protecting drinking water today and tomorrow.
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