How is it that water quality is typically the best in areas with lots of forestland? What is a watershed and what’s the big deal about New York City’s watershed? Is it true that NYC’s source water is unfiltered? Find out answers to these questions and more in the blogs below.
You might look at a leaf-covered stream and think it looks dirty. But all that leaf litter is good for water quality, both for creatures in the water and those of us who depend on it to drink.
New York City pizza and bagels are widely considered the best in the U.S., but why? It’s the water.
Have you ever thought of all that trees do for us, for wildlife, and for the planet? Take a break and ponder how amazing and diverse they are!
Who else might have drunk the water you drank today? Where in the world did it came from? South Africa? Hong Kong?