Here in the Mono Basin, we have come to know how important water is for sustaining life. The streams that flow down the mountains and into Mono Lake support a thriving ecosystem. The Mono Lake Committee and its members remember how Rush, Lee Vining, Parker, and Walker creeks were once silent, and that it took [...]
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it is the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead, Author and Anthropologist. The Walking Water pilgrimage has been likened to the use of acupuncture, where a localised application of needles has the potential to offer immediate pain relief and [...]
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.
This video was inspired by love and reverence for water, for friendship cherished and laughter forever praised. Inspired by pilgrimage. Please visit Sarah Nutting's fundraising campaign and donate if you feel inspired!
World Water Day is a day to celebrate the power and beauty of water, to remember the global and local situation of water… the scarcity for many and the community empowerment which can lead to small actions having great impact. Walking Water invites you to: Spend some time on this day and go to the [...]