The rise of the ‘Ancient Waterkeepers’

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“The rise of the ‘Ancient Waterkeepers‘ and their re-emergence in Wales at this time in the history of the World, may not be a fable.

There’s a flow in the air, trickling everywhere, as an ocean of supporters are busy clearing plastics from the ocean and its beaches. This flow of support is moving upsteam to include rivers, lakes and streams.

There’s a growing understanding that we should not be using single-use plastics and that anyway, we are using far too much plastic packaging in general because you cannot keep recycling plastics as their fibres get shorter and shorter each time you do.

The World’s one Water Cycle is crystal clear but we all need to become good waterkeepers so that aquifers, wells, waterfalls, ponds, marshland, swamps, icebergs, peat bogs, ditches, canals and probably puddles too, remain as clean as we can make them.

Water is a home for waterlife, not a place for us to dump on.

We need water, clean water, to take us forward into a healthy future. We’re only human but we must all do what we can to keep today fit for our tomorrows.

Maybe the recent sightings of “Ancient Waterkeepers” in **Llandrindod Wells, Wales, will encourage everyone locally to keep the physical water environment clean but we need good waterkeepers everywhere to preserve the physical and spiritual well-being of the planet

Grant

“Water is precious, every drop.
Polluting it has got to STOP.”


 

COMMENT by John C. Jones

SOMETHING EXCEPTIONAL IS AHEAD

The reservoir from which all thoughts emanate is perfectly in tune with the necessities of the universe and all that dwell in it.

Consequently, whenever necessary, that UNIVERSAL INBUILT SPIRIT will most definitely continue to rise up to correct any imbalance, as it has done successfully so many times in the past, since before the concept of infinity even existed.

Heed not the prophecies of doom for they are based entirely on the visible world and totally overlook the power of thought and the reservoir from which it flows.

As you so rightly point out, we must only enjoy “the hand that we have been dealt”. Be wise and accept it with a smile. The “cosmic joke” has been told in a universal language, for us all to share.

Best Wishes.

The one and only J.

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Land Two – Hydroponics ‘WoW Style’

Rolling out hydroponics at the WoW Field Centre
Volunteers at the WoW Field Centre next year will get a chance to help on the design thinking and early prototypes for ‘LAND TWO’, our first aquaponics unit and our second hydroponics demonstration unit.

Since our charity’s last look at hydroponics, algae farming has become its new ‘green baby’. Some hydroponic farmers produce Green Crude – algae bred for its oil content, whilst others farm algae for use in foodstuffs or in pharmaceuticals.  One of the first algae research facilities in the early 1970’s, managed by Rod Cousins at Scottish Sea Farms, designed vertical plastic tube culture systems – a design change that enabled the industry to farm algae commercially.

The concept of our LAND TWO hydroponics farm has been designed by architect Tim Griffiths who also designed WoW’s first membership certificate and many of our touring exhibitions.

There’s enough space (and water) at our Field Centre for the pilot hydroponics scheme but as you can see from the artist’s impression below, the full LAND TWO farm is going to need more land and more water. We’ll cross that bridge as we near it 😉

If the future of aquaponics, hydroponics and airponics interests you, please volunteer on one of our charity’s ‘Aquaponics Junkyard Challenges‘ and really get to understand how to make aquaponics work  in any conditions, Globally.

The challenge ahead for ALL of us is how to feed the World’s growing population as it soaks up more land for housing.

Let’s work out what we are going to do, together.

LAND TWO Hydroponics Farm