What if the people sharing these watersheds, from the Owens Valley to the LA Basin, came together… What if they said, we want to explore how to share it, and together steward its maintenance and use — always looking to the future, always aware of the impact of our use on all of the life being fed by these waters… Can we agree on a common vision and an appropriate set of practices for wise use? Is there enough for everybody? Is someone else going to fix it or are we all responsible?
Walking Water has begun its 3 year, 3 phase, journey from Mono County to Los Angeles.
Phase 1, from Mono Lake to Owens Lake was completed in the Fall of 2015. You can read a full report here.
Phase 2, from Owens Lake to The Cascades, Sylmar was completed in the Fall of 2016. For a report on that part of the journey please click here.
Phase 3, from The Cascades, Sylmar to the mouth of the LA River at Long Beach, LA will take place in the Fall of 2017.
Walking Water is very much about the calling, a knowing that walking for water through the incredible landscape of the Owens Valley is what serves, sharing story that offers insight to water and ready to be what is needed. If you have this calling and would like more information please contact us.