19 February 2012
22/02/12 15:55 Filed in: Heifer
The above device, used to transport water, can be seen at the Heifer Village in Little Rock, Arkansas. The plaque says "The average person needs between thirteen and twenty-six gallons of water a day to drink, bathe, and was. Just thirteen gallons of water weights nearly 110 pounds! Imagine having to carry that water instead of getting it from a faucet." To learn more about Heifer global village experiences contact the Missouri Heifer International Representative Carol Oliver at email@example.com.