As we move into a more mindful way of eating, we're giving thought to how foods end up on our plates. In the same way, we are wise to consider our water supply. We are so fortunate to have accessible, potable water and most of us take it for granted. But women in developing countries walk an average of 6 kilometers every day to collect clean water. The Aveda Walk for Water is a 6 kilometer walk held in cities around the world to raise awareness and funding for clean water organizations. During Earth Month the walks will be held at different times in different cities. The link below will show the dates and times for your city.
The Walk for Water is a great way to help fund clean water in developing nations, to bring greater awareness and gratitude for the ease of our own lives, and to burn a few extra calories. What a great combination!
Click here http://avedawalkforwater.com/find-a-walk-US.html for more information.