The Water Garden Zine

The Water Garden Zine is an informational component of The Water Garden. It contains lyrics to The Water Song AND it features articles, poems, and various pieces of information that relate to the awareness, appreciation, and issues of the world’s water systems. The contributors to the zine are experts in their fields and you can read their full articles and pieces below!

Visiting Oblivion: How to Save Endangered Species

Visiting Oblivion: How to Save Endangered Species

Taylor Parker is experienced in ecological conservation and restoration through his years of co-founding and working with Tidal Influence. He has a very informative blog called PracticePraxis.org. Here is his article on endangered species!

5 predications of how the drought will change Californians’ diets

5 predications of how the drought will change Californians’ diets

Samantha Lubow has worked in sustainbility for 5 years as a sustainability coordinator for UC Davis and their dining services. She has experience as the sustainability coordinator for the Davis Farmer's Market and is actively working with California's food systems. Here are her predictions about how the drought will affect of eating habits!

California's Changing Snowpack

California's Changing Snowpack

Mollie Ogaz has earned her degree in Environmental Science from UC Davis, worked as a scientific aid for the California Department of Water and Power, and is currently a junior specialist for the Watershed Sciences Department of UC Davis. Here is her article about how the changing snowpack changes life!