Women from native communities across the country are walking along the Missouri River to raise awareness about water protection. Click to read the article published by Public New Service.
Traditional Buddhist monuments are bringing water to drought-stricken communities in the Himalayas. Sam Littlefair describes these water conservation initiatives in an article published by the Lion's Roar Foundation. Read the article here!
“NATIONAL WATER CONVENTION FOR DROUGHT FREE INDIA” Respected Friends, Greeting! India has been experiencing severe impacts of natural calamities very frequently. Floods and droughts cause havoc on unpredicted scale resulting in human misery and economic loss. While there are natural factors which cause these devastations, human interference in functioning of nature has aggravated the situations. [...]
On this talk radio episode Annie Levin interviews Kate Bunney, the Coordinator and a Core Team Member of Walking Water. Currently in its third year, Walking Water seeks to bring together the many Peoples of the Eastern Sierra and Los Angeles watersheds to address “current and emerging critical issues of water worldwide.” Click here to listen to [...]
Honored to be selected by the Kosmos Journal as a 2017 Project of Promise. Take a look here to see more on Walking Water and four other great projects.
Press Release – TRIBE TO LOS ANGELES BOARD OF WATER AND POWER COMMISSIONERS: PLEASE FIX IRRIGATION PIPE LINE Tribe Fears Reservation Will be Dry Again in 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PRESS RELEASE Contact: Jill Paydon Tribal Administrator, Big Pine Paiute Tribe of the Owens Valley email@example.com 760-938-2003 TRIBE TO LOS ANGELES BOARD OF WATER AND POWER COMMISSIONERS: PLEASE FIX IRRIGATION PIPE LINE Tribe Fears Reservation Will be Dry Again in 2017 (March 8, 2017) – On March 7, 2017, Chairwoman Shannon Romero of [...]