• Kingfisher Sky Art Video

    Kingfisher Sky Art Video

    In October 2017 Walking Water joined with participants from three Los Angeles Schools to form a beautiful kingfisher image on a school field along the LA River. The kingfisher is a bird that is emblematic of [...]

  • The Art of Listening and Questioning

    The Art of Listening and Questioning

    "Change happens by listening and then starting a dialogue with the people who are doing something that you don’t believe is right" --Jane Goodall, primatologist, anthropologist and UN Messenger of Peace   Walking Water has [...]

  • a letter of reflection

    a letter of reflection

    Lia Bentley 25 years, New York. Walking Water logistics. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ of whatever otherness holds it merging, emerging in circles i hear humility   intelligence of dew this was spoken earlier.   Dear community, I’ve recently [...]

  • Showcasing a Healthier and more Sustainable Future

    Showcasing a Healthier and more Sustainable Future

    ‘Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean’  Ryunosuke Satoro, Japanese writer and poet   Want to be inspired? Then how about a visit to the award-winning TreePeople conservation charity nestling high on [...]

  • Watershed Remarks by Christina Noonan

    Watershed Remarks by Christina Noonan

    Prepared Remarks for WATERSHED (the day-long Inquiry with Walking Water and TreePeople), from Christina Noonan, Member of the DWP Board of Commissioners.   At the request of Commissioner Noonan, These remarks were read to the assembly [...]

  • Meeting Angels in Carmageddon

    Meeting Angels in Carmageddon

    ‘Angels speak to those who silence their minds long enough to hear’ Proverb   It seems that we can thank a devout Franciscan priest for the spark of inspiration that led to Los Angeles being [...]

  • Walking the Trail of Sorrows and Hope

    Walking the Trail of Sorrows and Hope

    Insights sometimes appear suddenly and often with a painful intensity when you walk in meditative silence and treat each step as a prayer and a blessing, always asking: what are the learnings. And what is [...]

  • Walking for Water and a New Story

    Walking for Water and a New Story

    ‘Walk as if you are kissing the Earth with your feet’   Thich Nhat Hanh, Vietnamese monk and peace activist   Eyes were often moist and voices choked with emotion as Walking Water pilgrims and [...]

  • “Paths Are Made By Walking”: A Commencement Speech on Pilgrimage

    “Paths Are Made By Walking”: A Commencement Speech on Pilgrimage

    "A walking pace is the speed of community.  Where high speeds facilitate separation, a slower pace gifts us an opportunity to commune. " -- Nipun Mehta In 2012, Nipun Mehta addressed graduates of the University of [...]

  • Earth Guardians: Protect Our Future Campaign

    Earth Guardians: Protect Our Future Campaign

    It's time to protect our water! Earth Guardians offers a call to action: "We are calling Earth Guardians far and wide to take on projects through the end of September that promote and build healthy, [...]

  • Native American Women Begin Awareness Walk Along Missouri River

    Native American Women Begin Awareness Walk Along Missouri River

    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.

  • “Ice Stupas” bring water to drought-stricken villages of Northern India

    “Ice Stupas” bring water to drought-stricken villages of Northern India

    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!  

  • Tarun Bharat Sangh: Water Literacy Campaign

    Tarun Bharat Sangh: Water Literacy Campaign

    “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 [...]

  • PRECIPICE Radio Interview with Annie Levin and Kate Bunney

    PRECIPICE Radio Interview with Annie Levin and Kate Bunney

    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 [...]

  • Walking Water featured in Intrepid Explorer Magazine

    Walking Water featured in Intrepid Explorer Magazine

    Click here to read Geoff Dalglish's featured article about Walking Water in Intrepid Explorer Magazine!

  • Walking Water selected as Project of Promise by Kosmos Journal 2017

    Walking Water selected as Project of Promise by Kosmos Journal 2017

    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.

  • World Water Day March 22

    World Water Day March 22

    Remembering and celebrating water as a life giving force on March 22. Click here for more information. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aa9-M3wIJnI  

  • 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

    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 j.paydon@bigpinepaiute.org
 760-938-2003 TRIBE TO LOS ANGELES BOARD OF WATER AND POWER COMMISSIONERS: PLEASE FIX IRRIGATION PIPE LINE
Tribe [...]

  • Walking for Water in and through Stellenbosch

    Walking for Water in and through Stellenbosch

    Report of Eerste River Water Walk by Geoff Dalglish The exploratory Eerste River Water Walk ended on a high note in Stellenbosch on Saturday, September 29. The event was warmly embraced as a celebration of [...]

  • Crystal Geyser in hot water for secretly disposing of arsenic-filled waste Desert Sun, July 24th 2018 Bottled water giant Crystal Geyser has been charged by a grand jury with 16 counts of violating environmental and [...]

  • Slideshow

    Slideshow

    Take a look at this slideshow comprising selected images of the 3 year journey, with music and voice for some of the walkers.

Positive Examples of Water Management

Inspiring Vision of Hope

October 13th, 2015|0 Comments

"Our problems are man-made, therefore they may be solved by man. And man can be as big as he wants. No problem of human destiny is beyond human beings." John F Kennedy, former US President. Walking Water participants are sharing in a grand dream that could be a lifeline for [...]

The Environmental Education Media Project

March 1st, 2015|0 Comments

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 [...]

Tamera

March 1st, 2015|0 Comments

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. [...]