Friday, September 18th is EarthEcho Water Challenge Day! The EarthEcho Water Challenge (formerly World Water Monitoring Challenge) is an international program that runs annually from March 22 (the United Nations World Water Day) through December each year and equips anyone to protect the water resources we depend on every day. The EarthEcho Water Challenge builds public awareness and involvement in protecting water resources around the world by engaging citizens to conduct basic monitoring of their local waterbodies.
- Test – It all starts by understanding the state of water quality in your community. You can do just that with a simple test kit that may be purchased here.
- Share – Enter your data online to our international database and share your story and photos with us on social media using hashtag #MonitorWater and @EarthEcho. By doing so, you join a network of citizens from more than 140 countries and become part of the solution for clean water and healthy waterways worldwide.
- Protect – Armed with your test results, you can use the information and resources available on this site to take action and protect the vital water resources in your community.
Protecting the quality of water in our local watersheds is a critical part of ensuring the overall health of the environment and our communities. Participating in the EarthEcho Water Challenge is a great way to be part of the solution to water issues worldwide.