Global Events

We are very happy to be partnering with some incredible projects, communities and individuals around the world who are dedicating their lives to healing our relations to water. Water is both a local and global issue.

Each of the events shown ran parallel to the Walking Water event in the Owens Valley, California in September. Please take a look at each project and read about the event they held.

2017

DANCING WATER…
An homage to the Water, in solidarity with dear friends and allies currently walking for water in California, this week we Dance for the Water!
The Big Pine Paiute Tribe of the Owens Valley annually celebrates in the Fall with a Fandango Festival. Fandango is a time to come together in gratitude for the blessings provided to our people…
 Troy and Marie Winter who walked in California in past years, will join from the Big Island in Hawaii…

Radical Joy For Hard Times, New York For 100 years, New York City has been receiving some of the purest unfiltered water of any city in the world from reservoirs in the Catskill Mountains upstate…

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River’s Bend Retreat Center in Philo, CA will invite staff and community members to walk up the Navarro river to our headwaters…
Wild Flower Open Classroom, an open structure K-8 charter school from Chico, CA will walking in solidarity with the Los Angeles Walking Water team on Thursday, Oct 26…

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The Friends of the Brazos will walk in Solidarity with our friend and supporter Krystyna Jurzykowski, and all those who she joins in this extended Walking Water journey, on Saturday, October 28th. We will celebrate the culmination of our ten year fight with the Brazos River…

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Natural Spirit, Czech Republic In Czechia, along the Luznice river, a group will participate in a pilgrimage called ‘to the waters’. This is our second ‘Walking Water’ affiliated event…

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Tamera Healing Biotope, Portugal Since the beginning Tamera has been a close ally and cooperation partner of Walking Water. Each year different community leaders have joined as walkers and part of the team. Tamera traditions of pilgrimage, community and water retention landscapes have been profoundly woven with Walking Water…

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Out in the Chicago land area, Emily Mayberry, via her organization/offering Raven Shanti, will be holding supportive and ceremonial space…

Women Wage Peace in Isreal Palestine…

2016

Friends of Alakir River, Turkey are a community of volunteers who lead fully sustainable lives in the Alakir Valley,while carrying out legal and grassroots forms of activism in order to protect the natural wealth of the Valley.

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Otepic

OTEPIC, Kenya 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.

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Skala Ecovillage, Greece is an attempt to form and accomplish an ecological friendly and collective way of living.

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Natural Spirit, Czech Republic intends to create meaningful education in harmony with inner and outer nature.

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Friends of the Brazos

Friends of the Brazos, Texas, US are inviting Friends of the Brazos supporters to join us on a mini-Walking Water pilgrimage on, perhaps in, and around the Brazos River.

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Tamera Healing Biotope, Portugal

“Walk your Watershed!” Walking Water Portugal … A group of 30 from the Peace Research Center Tamera and friends will go on a “Walking Water” tour – following their watershed of the Sado basin from Colos to Setubal …

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The Findhorn Foundation will hold 2 events this year …. 

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2015

Friends of Alakir River, Turkey are a community of volunteers who lead fully sustainable lives in the Alakir Valley,while carrying out legal and grassroots forms of activism in order to protect the natural wealth of the Valley.

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Otepic

OTEPIC, Kenya 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.

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A Pilgrimage for peace and healing. On the hills just above Verdun, in France, took place one of the deadliest battles of all time. It lasted for around 300 days in 1916, during the 1st World War.

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Skala Ecovillage, Greece is an attempt to form and accomplish an ecological friendly and collective way of living.

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