Waiakea Water: Changing Lives/Saving Lives

Waiakea Hawaiian Bottled Water provides naturally alkaline water that comes from the Big Island of Hawaii. This water is found at the Mauna Loa volcano as moisture. This moisture eventually converts to rain or snow once it reaches the steep mountains. Once this occurs the water is automatically filtered through volcanic rock, which gives the water its unique taste and composition. Eventually, you are left with mineral rich volcanic drinking water.

This special water actually passes through 14,000 feet of porous rock before emerging as the increasingly popular Waiakea water. This water has a very smooth and somewhat sweet taste. The health benefits of Waiakea water has to do with the volcanic filtration process.

Waiakea water is placed in 100% recycled plastic bottles. Therefore, the packaging of this fabulous water offers many environmental advantages. All plastic bottles used for packaging Waiakea Water are PBA free. In addition, due to packaging requirements carbon emissions are significantly reduced by as much as 80%.

For every liter of Waiakea Water that is purchased, the company donates one week of clean water to those in need. You may be surprised at how many families throughout the world do not have access to clean water. Waiakea currently has a goal of supplying as much clean drinking water as possible to anyone in need. In most cases, it is countries like Africa and parts of Asia that have been forced to drink and bathe in water that is unhealthy and seriously contaminated. Waiakea hopes to change the water situation within the coming months.

Feel free to view the Waiakea web site at www.waiakeasprings.com. The website will keep you up to date on current news and events about Waiakea and it current distribution project. Clean water changes lives, if not saves them.

WildArk Helps People Rediscover Their Wild Side

Mark Hutchinson has a strong connection to nature and wildlife. So much so that he has dedicated his life to helping preserve some of nature’s most fragile ecosystems. An adventurer from an early age, some of his exploits include spending a year as a jackaroo. For him, this entailed camping and fishing in his native Austrailia after he graduated high school. He traveled the entire length of Africa by car when he was 19.
WildArk is his vision of how he can make a difference in the natural world. WildArk is committed to protecting fragile ecosystems but they are much more than that. They also hope to inspire people to connect with nature and discover the same joys that he regularly experiences in nature and its wild creatures. Learn more: http://wildark.com/blog/mark-hutchinson-for-the-wild/
From a young age, Hutchinson was enamored with the Outback and wide, open spaces. With an interest in business, he’s combined his education and his passion for nature into a calling. After a small, initial business foray he’s now committed to WildArk and making a difference in the world. Untamed was an attempt at a wilderness adventure business which helped people reconnect with nature and its denizens.  Learn more: https://ideamensch.com/mark-hutchinson/
WildArk helps protect high-value conservation land which Hutchinson believes is the key in going forward.  A biodiverse haven for all types of wildlife is the end goal. Sustainable businesses are also a part of this vision and will help protect the continuation of delicate ecosystems.
Hutchinson is furthering his education by enrolling in a master’s course in conservation. He has a wealth of real-world experience with eco-tourism and life spent in the bush but feels he’s lagging regarding the academic language of conservation. With his drive and determination, he will quickly be up to speed.
He combines ambition for success with making a positive real-world impact for future generations. His family is frequently a part of his wild journeys and he is teaching them about nature and living life to its fullest. Learn more: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/good-weekend/save-the-elephants-how-we-turned-a-corner-on-the-ivory-trade-20170516-gw5so2.html