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According to the UN and other scientific researchers, while groundwater is invisible to most people,  its impact is very visible.   What we call fresh water, is for the most part groundwater. As the climate warms the amount of groundwater declines.  All are urged to work together to develop a sustainable system of managing this vital resource. It is important to protect the aquifers, or geological formations of rocks, sands and gravels that can hold water. 

Groundwater is water found underground, in aquifers, which are geological formations of rocks, sands and gravels that hold substantial quantities of water. These feed springs, rivers, lakes and wetlands, and seeps into oceans. 

As the congregation is committed to the Laudato Si’Action Platform. It is working toward improving sustainability in its buildings, grounds, and use of water (i.e. installing low-flow taps, adjusting the methods used for watering gardens and grounds.)  and educating people in the wider community through social/ecological programs.

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