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It seems fitting to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit by championing the tireless commitment, ingenuity, community-building, and follow-through of the Team at H2O for Life. We just received this update from the project we supported last year: In 2022, our implementing partner, DigDeep’s, Appalachia Water Project (AWP) completed its first piped water project while also expanding in both scope and scale. The DigDeep team connected homes to water and sewage lines and began innovating off-grid solutions for remote households so that no family is left behind.

“I’m so happy that water’s turned on; I don’t know what to do! I can’t see nothing but good things coming.” -Donna, DigDeep AWP Client

AWP began wastewater projects, for both piped sewer and onsite systems. Many of these projects began over 2022, and we look forward to their completion in 2023!

DigDeep conducts surveys with each served household before and after the project. Valuable client input is gathered through these surveys to guide and measure project success.

  • 90 FAMILIES WITH PIPED WATER

  • 74 HOUSEHOLDS PREPARED FOR SEWER ACCESS

  • 400 CLIENT SURVEYS Collected by field staff this year


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LET THE HOLIDAY SEASON BEGIN!


We are launching the holidays with gratitude for the ability to gather in person once again.


As we celebrate the world's resilience throughout this pandemic, we reengage in the quest to better protect the earth and its resources.


We cooked and baked for ten hours straight yesterday so were especially grateful for the sturdy cotton of our potholders, made from a mill in Harrisville, NH!


Custom orders are always welcome!


Love and gratitude,

Ella & Mabel


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We are so grateful for our spectacular summer in Paris and all the water and climate activists and artists we met.



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