Walking Water Phase 3 is now complete and you can read our report here. Please go to our Blog to get a taste of the walk through Los Angeles and go here to read some of the walkers poems and reflections. Many thanks to all who contributed, walked and gifted in the ways you did.

From the Blog

Walking for Water in and through Stellenbosch

October 4th, 2018|0 Comments

Report of Eerste River Water Walk by Geoff Dalglish The exploratory Eerste River Water Walk ended on a high note in Stellenbosch on Saturday, September 29. The event was warmly [...]

Walking with local waters

August 27th, 2018|0 Comments

A short report of 'Walking with local waters' Hosted by Black Mountain Circle, Point Reyes, California An important element of Walking Water is the story of relationship between the local [...]

August 5th, 2018|0 Comments

Crystal Geyser in hot water for secretly disposing of arsenic-filled waste Desert Sun, July 24th 2018 Bottled water giant Crystal Geyser has been charged by a grand jury with 16 [...]


July 17th, 2018|0 Comments

Take a look at this slideshow comprising selected images of the 3 year journey, with music and voice for some of the walkers.

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WALKING WATER is an invitation, an action, an educational journey and a prayer intended to bring together the voices of the many Peoples of the Eastern Sierra and Los Angeles watersheds through the act of walking together, following the waterways — natural and manmade — between Mono Lake and Los Angeles.

It is a call for collaboration, joining together in vision and hope for water. Throughout the coming year this website will grow as the dream of Walking Water grows, we welcome you to be part of the journey.

This short video was made by Jim Whitney and intends to capture a little of the vision of Walking Water and the beauty of the Valley. A huge thanks to Jim for giving his time and expertise and to all those involved.

Image Gallery

The photo gallery is made up of images from all 3 years of the journey. Many thanks to the photographers: Jen Fedrizzi, Jasmine Beaghler, Julia Maryanska and Geoff Dalglish. View the whole gallery here.