>Do YOU know your water footprint? By now we are all aware of the looming fresh water crisis & dire need to conserve this precious resource. There are the typical everyday things we all should be doing including turning off the faucet while brushing our teeth, washing clothes ONLY when you have a full load (Dad!) and same for the dishwasher. However, most of us carry on in our daily grind neglecting to make the connection between how much water it takes to eat the foods we do, drive our cars, wear our clothes, etc. Everything we do and own has its own water “footprint” so to speak. National Geographic has this great website brimming with info for us to challenge our daily rituals and think twice about how we choose to spend our next dollar.