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The Montara Flowforms were created in 2007. They impart a sensitive, rhythmical pulsation to help structure water and increase dissolved oxygen content. Flowforms were originally created by John Wilkes in the 1970's as a part of the Biodynamic/Anthroposophical Movement. They are related to the natural tendency for water bodies to move in rhythmic, vortical meanders, and through this movement enliven and enrich water making it more sensitive to natural influences. Flowforms are applicable in any situation where water quality and aesthetics are of concern, and have been used successfully in wastewater purification, biodynamic agriculture, greywater revitalization and ecosystem management. Rhythmic Water designs and produces its own flowforms in Libertyville, Illinois. For more info, visit Rhythmicwater.com.