Clear Water Vision Hosts Special Presentation in Walnut Creek on Water Ecology

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Clear Water Vision will host a speaking event on water ecology at the Sports Basement in Walnut Creek on February 17th at 6:30 pm.

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Clear Water Vision hopes that increasing public awareness about Clear Lake and other such areas will enable new efforts to clean up polluted water systems.

As each day passes, we seem to neglect the obvious problems related to the quality of our water. What we do to improve the quality of our water is reflected in the quality of our lives and our future.

Clear Water Vision, a California non-profit organization committed to bringing greater public awareness to the water problems facing society today, will present a special presentation by leading scientists about developing an understanding about issues related to water quality and conservation. The event will take place on February 17th at 6:30 pm at the Sports Basement located in Ygnacio Plaza in Walnut Creek. Free pizza will be provided.

“As each day passes, we seem to neglect the obvious problems related to the quality of our water. What we do to improve the quality of our water is reflected in the quality of our lives and our future,” says a representative from Clear Water Vision. Committed to bringing greater public awareness to the water problems facing society today, Clear Water Visions represents an effort to improve the quality of water and educate people in the emerging, practical ways that can help preserve water.

One featured speaker will be Pal Pauer, a geologist and hydrologist. He works with well water-seeking communities, farmers, corporations, and homesteads to locate and successfully drill underground abundant pure earth-generated primary rock-water sources. Mr. Pauer was a protégé of the late famed Stephan Riess, who was a protégé of Nobel Prize nominee Adolf Erik Nordenskiold in the late 1800s.

Clear Water Vision founder and president Russell Anderson will also be speaking at the event. He is a researcher who since 1997 has been studying the ecology of Clear Lake, the oldest lake in California, and possibly one of the oldest lakes in the world. Currently, as a result of mining efforts from the 1800s to the late 1950s, parts of Clear Lake are off limits to the public due to mercury contamination.

Clear Water Vision hopes that increasing public awareness about Clear Lake and other such areas will enable new efforts to clean up polluted water systems. Mr. Anderson works to connect the work of great scientists, such as the late Luther Burbank, Rachel Carson, Stephen Riess, Yull Brown, and the recent Dr. Emoto from Japan.

The third speaker will be Carl Andrews, a Scientist for Boeing Airlines, who has experience with Brown’s Gas, also known as Oxyhydrogen (HHO).

The talk will be filmed by the San Francisco Chronicle for a press release. In addition to the free pizza, Sports Basement is offering 20% off all merchandise to anyone attending the presentation.

For more information about the event in Walnut Creek or any of Clear Water Visions’ products/services, call them at (925) 237-9627 or view them on the web at http://www.clearwatervision.org.

About Clear Water Vision
Clear Water Vision, located in California, provides enhanced educational programs on water preservation and conservation. Their mission is to educate people on primary water and in the emerging, practical ways that can help preserve this precious, natural resource.

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