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In 2012 I founded the Bay Area Spring Water, Wild Food and Vitality Meetup Group. If you’re in Northern California, join us! If elsewhere, start your own spring water/high vibe meetup group! Please SHARE the video below to help your friends up-level their lives with deeply healthful experiences and a supportive nonjudgmental health community!
The greater San Francisco Bay Area has many drinking springs: some flowing and accessible, many hidden and abandoned. Our community seeks to hydrate with these wild healing waters, learn about foraging wild edibles, and motivate each other to live lives rich in passion and vitality.
Join us so that you can enjoy: amazing wilderness adventure, spring water hikes, wild food walks, vitality food demos, cold spring restorations, hot spring pilgrimages, superfood party celebrations, organic potlucks, sustainable farm tours, and expert workshops! All welcome!
The San Francisco Bay Area needs more accessible drinking springs for the purpose of supreme hydration, vitality, ecology and reconnecting wild soul:
Out of the several neglected roadside springs, the Lagunitas spring seems to be the perfect fit for the first spring we restore. It will become the best and closest drinking spring for the San Francisco Bay Area.
Lat: 38° 0’44.81″N
The spring is located on the west side (uphill side) of Sir Francis Drake Blvd in Samuel P. Taylor State Park, 6 miles west of the Fairfax Community Church (Fairfax, CA).
Here’s a video I did in Janurary 2011 about other neglected springs in the Bay Area:
We can do it!
P.S. I mentioned in the video that I created Longevity in a Bottle. Learn what that is and get yourself some HERE: http://LongevityPower.com