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watercolor techniques

Anyone who is familiar with fine art has probably come across many examples of watercolor painting. Watercolor painting is often associated with tropical regions and romantic getaways, but that doesn’t mean the art form is easy to master. Working with water alongside traditional paint makes watercolor time-sensitive, and, for lack of a better phrase, purposefully […]

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water-based kids experiments

Water education should be fun and exciting; it’s important for your kids to understand the basic properties of water, our most important natural resource. Have a blast with your kids by conducting some simple and engrossing water experiments at home that won’t cost an arm and a leg. Here are some of our favorite water-based […]

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Shower Hacks We Can't Live Without

If you’re completely honest with yourself, you probably spend a solid 10 minutes daydreaming in the shower before hurriedly washing and conditioning your hair and lathering with some soap. Maintaining a healthy, efficient shower routine is a great way to conserve water, but staying on task in the shower can prove difficult. Not to mention […]

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How To Detect Dehydration and Its Impact on the Body

Depending on your age and weight, the amount of water in your body could be anywhere from 50 to 75%. That means you’re mostly made out of water! Water, or your ability to stay hydrated, is the single most important factor in maintaining good health. Sadly, most Americans are chronically dehydrated and aren’t able to recognize […]

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school water fountain

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality has begun testing schools throughout the state for potential lead in drinking water. Once screening ends, over 14,000 drinking water samples from 7,000 school buildings will be tested. So far, only 118 schools have been tested in a pilot project, but the results are concerning. According to the DEQ, […]

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