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Is Your Water at Risk from Fracking?

Our drinking water is at risk from toxic chemicals that can leak in as a result of fracking. Join Food & Water Watch in doing something to protect our water. Category: Nonprofits & ActivismUploaded by: GoodFoodnH2OHosted: youtube

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Guide to Safe Tap Water

Food and Water Watch Guide to Safe Tap Water Category: Science & TechnologyUploaded by: GoodFoodnH2OHosted: youtube

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Join the Movement to Take Back the Tap (Get Pay, Credit)

Food & Water Watch’s Organizer Annie Weinberg invites you to apply for a fellowship. You’ll learn how to start up a social justice movement and you’ll get paid. Category: Nonprofits & ActivismUploaded by: GoodFoodnH2OHosted: youtube

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Taurus Takes Back the Tap

A Taurus and her friend Moopheus tell the story of why their sign is the best for taking backing the tap. Category: Nonprofits & ActivismUploaded by: GoodFoodnH2OHosted: youtube

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Aquarius Takes Back the Tap

An Aquarian shares a secret and explains why the sign of the water bearer is the best to beat the bottled water habit. Hint: Think beer. Category: Nonprofits & ActivismUploaded by: GoodFoodnH2OHosted: youtube

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Don’t Be Fooled

Do you know the difference between tap water and bottled water? To celebrate April Fool’s Day, Food & Water Watch created a fake brand of bottled water, Potomac Springs. Category: Nonprofits & ActivismUploaded by: GoodFoodnH2OHosted: youtube

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I Heart Tap Water Video Contest Promo

Have you got love for tap water? Food & Water Watch is challenging college students from around the United States to declare their love for tap water — and get it on film. Breaking the bottled water habit means not only recognizing the health, environmental and economic costs of bottled water but also building renewed […]