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Much of the country is struggling through a drought. Here are some tips to conserve water:

Image description: The Department of Interior conducted a high flow experiment at Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River. 
Photo from the Bureau of Reclamation.

Image description: The Department of Interior conducted a high flow experiment at Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River. 

Photo from the Bureau of Reclamation.

Image description: Did you know approximately 117 million people - over one-third of the U.S. population - get some or all of their drinking water from public systems that rely in part on headwater, seasonal or rain-dependent streams?
Learn more about why streams matter.
Photo from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Image description: Did you know approximately 117 million people - over one-third of the U.S. population - get some or all of their drinking water from public systems that rely in part on headwater, seasonal or rain-dependent streams?

Learn more about why streams matter.

Photo from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Do you have plans to hit the beach this summer? Here’s an easy tool to find water temperatures near you.

Image description: This animated gif shows the distribution of water vapor over Africa and the Atlantic Ocean. White areas have high concentrations of water vapor, while dark regions are relatively dry. The brightest white areas are towering thunderclouds. The image was acquired on the morning of September 2, 2010.
Learn more about the water cycle and why water is so important to the health of Earth from NASA’s Earth Observatory.
Read this post in Spanish.

Image description: This animated gif shows the distribution of water vapor over Africa and the Atlantic Ocean. White areas have high concentrations of water vapor, while dark regions are relatively dry. The brightest white areas are towering thunderclouds. The image was acquired on the morning of September 2, 2010.

Learn more about the water cycle and why water is so important to the health of Earth from NASA’s Earth Observatory.

Read this post in Spanish.