A Natural History of Water in America

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In this article, from the National Wildlife Federation Web site, author Jessica Snyder Sachs explains the fragile linkage that exists between the nation's water supplies, the wild places from where they come, and the life that the two support together. Learn about a couple of keystone species that help maintain the clean water supply we rely upon. This resource also contains links to other NWF resources.

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