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How BEF Water Restoration Certificates® (BEF WRCs ®) work?

Physical access to water is limited and when the demand outstrips the land’s ability to provide the needed water you have water scarcity. There are an increasing number of regions in the world where physical scarcity is a man-made condition. In fact, water is becoming ever scarcer.

As much as we want to conserve water, we can’t avoid using it, thus, resulting in a water footprint for each and every one of us. That is why we have partnered with Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF) to educate people about endangered waterways and to offer a viable solution for balancing your water footprint through BEF Water Restoration Certificates® (BEF WRCs ®). 

The voluntary, market-based BEF WRC® program provides farmers, ranchers and other water users with an economic incentive to devise new water management solutions that restore water to critically dewatered ecosystems.

Here is how BEF Water Restoration Certificates® (BEF WRCs ®) work:

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