By Beth Doane
We can all agree that water is a pretty important resource but as we go through our day brushing our teeth, cleaning dishes, washing clothes and taking long showers, it’s easy to take our accessibility to clean water for granted.
To raise awareness every March, organizations around the world celebrate World Water Month and the Surfrider Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the Worlds oceans and 100% of its coastline, is asking citizens across the country to join them in their Every Drop Counts campaign. To join the campaign they ask you to pledge to skip the shower on World Water Day, March 22. A ten-minute shower could waste more than 40 gallons of water. If 25,000 people take the pledge, nearly one million gallons of water will be conserved.
“We all recognize the importance of water, but it’s easy to forget the impact our daily use has…
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