Walk #3 - Sunday, June 11th
We will begin at Ninth Street Park in Benicia
8:00 a.m. Water Ceremony
9:00 a.m. Registration
9:30 a.m. Walk Begins
There are two places along the walk where folks can join us - please see the details of the route below.
The walk will end at Lone Street Park in Rodeo
Please join us for prayers for the water at 8:00 a.m. Feel free to bring a small bottle of water from your watershed to join the waters that we will be carrying in prayer along the walk and putting into the Bay at the end of the walk.
Registration for the walk will begin at 9:00 a.m. Walkers will be asked to agree to the Nonviolent Principles. For details on what to bring/not bring, please go to "What To Expect" in the tabs above.
We also request that walkers keep the Four Agreements in mind:
1) Be impeccable with your word
2) Don't take anything personally
3) Don't make assumptions
4) Always do your very best
For more information: The Four Agreements
This walk is 10.8 miles from beginning to end. There will be vehicles available for people who wish to take breaks during the walk. Medics will also be available. Water will be provided - Please bring your own refillable water bottle.
There will be two "return" points where people can be taken back to their cars: at lunch and at the end. If you are coming to the walk with friends and have two vehicles, please consider leaving one vehicle at the end.
After arriving in Rodeo there will be barbecue, community building, and art projects. Rides back to Benicia will be coordinated to leave after these activities, approximately an hour to an hour and a half after arrival in Rodeo. If you need an earlier ride, please make arrangements for it so that our drivers can participate fully in these activities after the walk.
Sure you're coming? Please carpool to the walk by offering a ride or accepting a ride as soon as possible by signing up here:
Let us know you're coming! RSVP BELOW!
Make sure you keep this phone number with you on the walk:
We will begin in Benicia, home to the Valero Refinery, and proceed through Vallejo. Crossing the Carquinez Bridge is always a treat! Then we head toward the Conoco Phillips 66 Refinery in Rodeo , ending at Lone Tree Park.