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Mulholland: Visionary or Villain?

September 22nd, 2016|0 Comments

By any standards The Great Los Angeles Aqueduct is a towering engineering feat. It is also utterly audacious and unprecedented in that it was nothing less than the theft of […]

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The Prayer of the Paiute

September 17th, 2016|0 Comments

Seven-year-old Owen Bacock of the Big Pine Paiute tribe is named after his parents’ great love of the Owens Valley and as a bridge to his Irish ancestry on his […]

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The New Water Paradigm

September 10th, 2016|0 Comments

“The New Water Paradigm is a paradigm of Natural Water Management. It results in a Global Action Plan of Regenerative Ecosystem and Climate Restoration which has been described by Michal […]

God’s Eyes by Mamuse

September 10th, 2016|0 Comments

We are excited to share the song “God’s Eyes” by Mamuse written by Sarah Nutting and inspired by the waterways of the Owens Valley. Thank you for your beautiful song […]

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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 the work of 2 incredible photographers – local photographer Cat Connor and David Wright who works for National Geographic, BBC and Al Jazeera. Both Cat and David have offered all their images to Walking Water and we are very grateful to them both for their skill and generosity. View the whole gallery here.