Global restoration of natural water cycles
is absolutely essential for climate restoration.
The key to stable water cycles is allowing rain and snow to soak into the land close to where it falls, so it can replenish the moisture in the atmosphere to fall again in a steady cycle of moderate precipitation- the short or small water cycle that is vital to local climates. Humans have been depleting water cycles for a long time with poor management of water. Especially in the last century we have allowed water to flow off bare farm fields, down deforested slopes, and literally down the drain as storm water in our developed areas. This constant “bleeding” of water from our human-managed landscapes must be slowed down because it is contributing mightily to excessive drought, floods, heat waves, severe storms and sea level rise. We can manage our landscapes effectively to bring barren land back to vegetative lushness, productivity and habitat for wildlife- and ultimately an improved climate.
Our Vision: Rehydrating the continents to restore natural water cycles and climate.
Our Mission: Educating globally to empower people to act locally, to renew natural small water cycles to aid climate recovery.