New Eco-Link Explores Relationship Between Forests and Water Quality

How Forests Improve the Supply and Quality of Our Water

 

(Mpls, MN) - Forestinfo.org, an online environmental education resource hub, announces the release of a new Eco-Link publication, Forests & Water Quality: How Forests Improve the Supply and Quality of Our Water.

 

Less than two percent of the planet's water is suitable for human use, thus it is of utmost importance that we protect it. One way to do this is through our care of forested watersheds. This new Eco-Link explores the relationship between forested watersheds and water quality, depicting the ways in which forests are able to maintain clean, healthy, fresh water sources. Examples of cities and regions that care for water quality through the protection and management of forested watersheds illustrate succesful partnerships and land use models.

 

"It has been shown time and time again that healthy forested watersheds improve water quality and reduce water treatment costs," states Kathryn Fernholz, Executive Director. "The link between clean water and forests is crystal clear and so imporant for students to understand because it directly affects us all."

 

To download a copy of the new Forests & Water Quality Eco-Link, click here:http://www.forestinfo.org/sites/default/files/pdfReports/19-1ForestsWaterQuality.pdf

 

Forestinfo.org's Eco-Links are a great way to learn about forest ecosystems, and explore related fields, issues and options. Eco-links are available as free PDF downloads on Forestinfo.org and may also be purchased in hard-copy.

 

To access the full library of more than 35 unique Eco-Link publications, please visit: http://www.forestinfo.org/eco-links

 

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About Forestinfo.org Forestinfo.org (www.forestinfo.org) is Dovetail Partner's one-stop shop for environmental education materials that are understandable, unbiased, accurate, and available in a wide variety of formats. Forestinfo.org strives to facilitate informed decisions regarding forestry-related issues and is geared towards teachers, students, forestry professionals, and those with a general interest in protecting, managing, and enhancing the natural environment.

 

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