This reminds me of the 2009 film, "Blue Gold World Water Wars
," where they describe the importance of water and how it is being depleted world-wide. I watched it about a month ago on [url=movies.netflix.com/WiMovie/Blue_Gold_World_Water_Wars/70113047]Netflix[/url]
After homesteading on land that got under 11" of rain a year, Darrel and I understood the importance of water and learned many methods of conserving it. We lived in another place with too much rain (about 160" a year), which helped us understand other things as well. In finding a long-term place to farm and live we required that place to have, among other things, several different methods of obtaining water off the grid as it is indeed important. Agreed.