‘The World Water Day celebrates water and raises awareness of the global water crisis, and a core focus of the observance is to support the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030’

Dowsing is known worldwide for being used to search for and find underground water. Water Dowsers have made invaluable contributions to the quality of life across the planet by finding water to sustain the life of plants, animals and humans.

Today is an invitation to honour and respect the water near us and the water we use daily. In recent Zoom talks, water was one of the four elements Dr Karen Stead – Dexter introduced us to, Aaron Bray shared his professional journey dowsing for water and drilling boreholes in different countries, and Veda Austin demonstrated the magic and wonder of water in her art, photography and research.

On ‘World Water day’, perhaps we could create a ‘water story’ by respecting and honouring water near to where we live. Please email your story to:

In a quiet moment, watch this powerful story told by Pat McCabe, a Navajo and Lakota activist.


Thanks to Jo Poulton for the WWD ‘heads up’ and thanks to Alex Paulett for finding and sharing the Pat McCabe video

Happy H20

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