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NEW & UPDATED 2018 FOGQUEST MANUAL
NOW AVAILABLE FOR SALE AT THIS LINK
This updated 2018 PDF version of our manual is now available for purchase at the link above for $24.99 USD. This PDF, in single page format, may be printed in whole or in sections. A full printed version is available through Amazon.com ( linked below) for $89.99 USD.
The manual provides detailed information on how to select a site for a fog collection project, information on involving communities, construction guidelines for both small and large fog collectors, as well as background information on scientific, meteorological and geographical factors relevant to both fog and the fog collection process.
FogQuest is a non-profit, registered Canadian charity dedicated to planning and implementing water projects for rural communities in developing countries. We utilize innovative fog collectors as well as effective rainfall collectors to make optimum use of natural
atmospheric sources of water.
We are currently implementing, supervising, or contributing to fog collection projects in eight countries. FogQuest builds upon the
experience gained in projects conducted since 1987, which have
repeatedly shown the viability and effectiveness of using fog
collectors to produce clean water for people in developing countries
For more information on FogQuest and how we work, please visit the what we do page.
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Miracle in the Mist
This program was produced by journalist Lauren Millar for the series Journeys on TVOntario. It was shown extensively on TVO and Discovery Channel in the mid-1990s. It is now on YouTube and provides helpful background on starting fog collection projects in developing countries. These projects in Ecuador were initiated by Bob Schemenauer and Pilar Cereceda in the years before FogQuest was established.
Memberships for 2018!
Memberships that are paid now are valid through to the end of 2018.
Membership fees are a valuable source of income for FogQuest and help us accomplish our water projects. The rate for 2017 is $40.00 Canadian for those in Canada. We now charge $40.00 Canadian as well for those outside Canada. There are $10 discounts for students.
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