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Press


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Selected media coverage 


Harper's Bazaar 8/9/2016

See the excerpt below, or read the full article at Harper's Bazaar (click here)

Miranda Kerr's Skywater 300 unit keeps the water flowing, all while helping fight the drought facing California

From Harper's Bazaar:
“Kerr, who launched the organic skin-care line Kora Organics in 2009, is committed to a healthy, sustainable lifestyle, and her home reflects that. Her fridge is stocked with fresh produce, and she’s an avid cook who entertains frequently. (Her favorite meal? Slow-roasted organic chicken and a big salad.) The hillside behind the house is terraced with garden beds, where Kerr grows her own kale, and Flynn helps her pick strawberries, blueberries, and lemons. ... But the most impressive enviro upgrade was a gift from Spiegel, a machine made by Island Sky called the Skywater 300, which draws moisture from the humidity in the air and produces enough water for the entire house, including showers, drinking water, irrigation, and a waterfall that cascades into a koi pond.
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“This property was a dust bowl when I bought it,” Kerr says, “and now it’s so green. Obviously I’m aware of the drought problem in California. This (Skywater 300) system really just pulls water out of the sky. It was a very thoughtful present because (Evan Spiegel) knows how much I love a garden.”

— Miranda Kerr


The New Yorker 7/4/2016

David Hertz's Los Angeles Oasis

An article in The New Yorker covers David Hertz and his work bringing Skywater to the community in Venice Beach, California.  Click here to read the full article.

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Testimonials


 

 

Testimonials


 

 

 

 

We rode bikes down to the beach to fill up our glass jars with water made from air! It was amazing to not only learn about how others are actively trying to solve the water problems we face, but also experiencing the water itself!
— Nicole, comment via AirBnB Experience with Community Healing Gardens
This property was a dust bowl when I bought it, and now it’s so green. Obviously I’m aware of the drought problem in California. This (Skywater 300) system really just pulls water out of the sky. It was a very thoughtful present because (Evan Spiegel) knows how much I love a garden.
— Miranda Kerr, Interview by Harper's Bazaar
It was the most delicious water I have ever tasted. It’s like putting a straw in the sky to drink.
— Rabbi Lori Shapiro, Interview by Graphisoft
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Links


Links


The following organizations are doing amazing work to help communities and environment. 

 
Click the logo to visit Community     Healing Garden's website

Click the logo to visit Community     Healing Garden's website

Community Healing Gardens

Based in Venice, California, Community Healing Gardens is a non-profit organization that has created urban sustainable gardens to grow nutritious food for communities in Los Angeles.CHG builds and maintains urban planter boxes in Venice. Fresh produce from these urban garden boxes is shared amongst the neighborhoods and schools to provide organic plant-based food for all. 

Skysource's water from air is being used three times a week to water all garden boxes in Venice.

 
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Images courtesy of Community Healing Gardens

 
Click the logo to learn more about the Go Campaign

Click the logo to learn more about the Go Campaign

Go Campaign

GO Campaign is a non-profit organization dedicated to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable children around the world. They are partnering with local heroes to deliver local solutions and connecting donors to high-impact grassroots projects. 

Skysource has created a  Go Water Initiative to make clean, fresh drinking water available where it is needed the most.

 
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Images courtesy of Go Campaign

 
Click the logo to learn more about The Bay Foundation

Click the logo to learn more about The Bay Foundation

The Bay Foundation

The Bay Foundation's mission is to restore and enhance Santa Monica Bay through actions and partnerships that improve water quality, conserve and rehabilitate natural resources, and protect the Bay’s benefits and values. 

Staffed by science and policy experts who are passionate about understanding and protecting the ecosystem of California, the Bay Foundation works tirelessly on a variety of environmental recovery projects, from cleaning the beaches of Santa Monica to restoring kelp forest ecosystems around the Palos Verdes Peninsula.

 
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Images courtesy of The Bay Foundation

 
Click the logo to learn more about The Surfrider Foundation

Click the logo to learn more about The Surfrider Foundation

THE surfrider FOUNDATION

The Surfrider Foundation is a community of people who passionately protect the ocean, waves, and beaches that provide so much enjoyment. 

Their model is to engage environmental experts to create solutions, unite local and national resources to protect the coast, and leverage their local chapter network’s knowledge with a national perspective.

 
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Images courtesy of Surfrider

 
Click the logo to learn more about Heal The Bay.

Click the logo to learn more about Heal The Bay.

Heal the Bay

Heal the Bay is an environmental nonprofit dedicated to making the coastal waters and watersheds of Greater Los Angeles safe, healthy and clean. They use science, education, community action and advocacy to fulfill their mission.

Heal the Bay's staff scientists, policy analysts, community organizers, and educators are experts in their fields, working on reducing water pollution, protecting fragile coastal and watershed habitats, and improving water infrastructure throughout greater Los Angeles.

 
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Images courtesy of Heal The Bay