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Newsletter #28 for June 7, 2011

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You're on Facebook, right?

The statistics show that a good number of you, well more than half, have a personal Facebook account. Did you know that Facebook makes it really easy for you to keep in touch with the websites, brands, and organizations that matter to you?

One way you can support SmallWaterSupply.org is by liking our Facebook page. We're working hard to grow a community around supporting operators with relevant, free information.

Facebook is one of our outposts for connecting with that community. In addition to sharing our latest blog posts and newsletters, we post useful links, let you know where we're speaking and ask questions about you!

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Make sure you check out tomorrow's guest post from Heather Himmelberger, Director of the New Mexico Environmental Finance Center, who shares simple ideas for mapping your system.

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Weekly Reading for June 7, 2011

Each week we'll provide a collection of our favorite links we know you'll love too!

1. Water, wastewater utilities brace for hurricane season - We love to see state WARN programs highlighted in the mainstream press. Are you a member of one?
2. Water crisis is serious, solvable - If you're interested in the bigger picture of water and commentary about it, this new book might be up your alley.
3. New Mexico nonprofit helps rural communities fight to retain water - Water rights are an ongoing battle in the desert southwest, but are particularly troubling to rural communities.
4. One mistake that can kill your business - Consider the implications of this article on small water supplies. Could a disaster force you into consolidation?

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