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Welcome to Mostly Water
Thank you for being here! Mostly Water started out as an “infodump” email newsletter to a dozen local friends. Since moving it to Substack, I have subscribers in twenty one states and nine countries! It’s time to show everyone around. I’ll keep this post updated and pinned to the home page so you can always come back here.
Those of you who came over from the email list may not know that Mostly Water on Substack is a web site at well as an email newsletter. On the web site you’ll find an about page, an archive of past posts, and a link to Notes. On the podcast page, you’ll find audio versions of many of my posts. For the latest posts, recommendations to other newsletters, links to my personal web site, my photography and other pages I manage, go to the home page.
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I try to write about once a week, sometimes more, sometimes less. I write mostly about water. Water's the lens through which I look at the environmental challenges of our time, but also society, culture, and community. Although the examples may be local, the issues are global. I'll occasionally cross-post another newsletter from an author I think you'll enjoy.
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