In June, the Water Education Foundation launched Aquapedia (www.aquapedia.com), a new FREE online resource. Aquapedia is an interactive online water encyclopedia that provides easy-to-understand factual information on topical water issues. The resource articles are vetted by the Water Education Foundation and supplemented with photos, graphics, videos, maps and other online tools.
In addition to the resource articles, there's a water terms glossary, timelines of California water use and how water issues have evolved, a directory of federal and state water agencies and water organizations, and background and context on breaking news found on Aquafornia.com (www.aquafornia.com) and much more.
Aquapedia will continue to grow and evolve based on the feedback the Water Education Foundation receives, so visit www.aquapedia.com, start your search and get involved. Click either on the Keep Us Informed button in the right column or the Contact Us link at the top of the page, and let us know what term(s) you think should be added or what additional information we should know about the Aquapedia terms. We want to hear from you!