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 Sarah.
Join us in celebrating the start of the first phase of the Walking Water pilgrimage! Starting on September 1st, this phase will cover the land from Mono Lake to Owens Lake, a distance of approximately 180 miles. You can download a full map of the route here.
The Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) recognizes the problems facing humanity and their root causes and disseminates information about well tested experiences and solutions through film and multimedia-presentations. The EEMP, foremost John D. Liu, has made himself available for communicating about these critical problems and solutions, roving around the world constantly to reach new audiences with these yet rarely […]
Tamera, established in 1995, is a research center that focuses on designing complex models free of fear. The ecological and technological research of Tamera includes the implementation of a retention landscape for the healing of water and nature, as well as a model for regional autonomy in energy and food. It is one of the […]
Organic Technology Extension and Promotion of Initiative Centre (OTEPIC) is a community based organization born out of passion for sharing knowledge and innovative approaches with those who need it most: subsistence farmers, and in particular, women and youth groups in Trans-Nzoia district of northwestern Kenya and its surrounding areas. Since 2008 OTEPIC has taught more than […]
Tarun Bharat Sangh is a non-governmental organization in Rajasthan and directed by Rajendra Singh. Known as “waterman of India”, he won the Stockholm Water Prize, an award known as “the Nobel Prize for water”, in 2015. Tarun Bharat Sangh (TBS) has been instrumental in helping villagers take charge of water management in their semi-arid area through the use of johad, rainwater storage tanks, check dams and other time-tested […]