We learned about the global water crisis when a friend in India told us about the “mitten” in the water. We were not sure what they meant, but then they showed us a picture and we were compelled to action. We realized the “mitten” was actually methane, and local villagers were forced to use this as their only water supply. We did more research and learned about the toxic levels of arsenic, methane and saline in the water supply in the Sundarbans region of India, and were committed to help serve those in need.
Today, we are committed to create clean water solutions for people at risk. As we have developed this work, we have broadened our scope to provide a mini-ecosystem around water – with bees to pollinate the world and trees to provide clean air.