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Find a Spring – help build the database

spring waterWhat could be more important to our health than fresh, clean drinking water? Most municipal water is full of chemicals, such as chlorine, fluorine, and who knows what else. More people than ever are turning to expensive home water filtration systems or signing up for water delivery services.

Now, a new website,, is helping people find and share the location of fresh natural spring water, so that health seekers can get clean water straight from nature. They are just getting started, so if you know of a natural spring, submit it to their database.

As they say on their site, you’ll need to independently verify that the water is safe for drinking as findaspring does not test the validate water safety.

Visit and “Reclaim Your Water”

2 Responses to “Find a Spring – help build the database”

  1. Charles Barber on 09 May 2009 at 10:06 pm

    When will this site be up and running Im wanting to register????

    Where can i find the best source of information about finding and testing a Natural Spring??

  2. Diana on 10 May 2009 at 9:29 pm

    I’m not sure. They appear to have quite a lot more information up now than they did back in December. But their registration link doesn’t seem to work and certain parts of the site are not yet filled in with real content. I don’t see any way to contact them either.

    It’s always disappointing when someone has a great idea and then fails to follow through. Maybe they’ll get it together soon.

    I’m afraid I don’t know the answer to your second question.

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