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HAPPY EARTH DAY!

Though Earth Day was created only 49 years ago, it has become a day where grade schools have around the world teach students ways to treat the Earth better. We're going to channel that same idea. Below, you will find an article that lists different ways that you can treat the Earth better going forward.

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In other, brighter news, you'll find another article below describing the new Colorado River drought plan that President Trump signed, which was initially negotiated by the seven states it affects.

Hope you have a wonderful Earth Day and be sure to follow us on Instagram. We'll have more up-to-date news on water-related issues and sneak peeks of the film. You can follow us @oncewaswater. Stay tuned for upcoming newsletters with festival announcements! 

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Associated Press

Trump signs Colorado River drought plan

President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed a plan to cut back on the use of water from the Colorado River.

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Conserve energy future

25 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

If you want to care for the Earth more, and you want to take the time to celebrate Earth Day, then this article will help you to figure out exactly what you want to do in the long run.

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The Guardian

Pesticides and antibiotics polluting streams across Europe

Scientists say the contamination is dangerous for wildlife and may increase the development of drug-resistant...

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Hydropower

Hydropower facilities in the United States can generate enough power to supply one-quarter of all households–28 million of them–with electricity.