Healthy Living

runningOne of the main focuses of the Whole Earth and Watershed Festival this year was healthy living.  In order to build healthy communities and restore a healthy planet, we believe we must first start by dedicating ourselves to creating healthy lives.  Maintaining good physical and mental health is invaluable.  


In order to promote healthy living, the Festival featured fun, engaging healthy activities throughout the day including a climbing wall.  A wide variety of local, healthy food options was available, as well as health screenings and other wellness exhibitors. 

The 2017 Festival was excited to honor Hill Country Health and Wellness Center for their outstanding work in the north state region! Click on the link below to see all that they are doing to promote healthy living:

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 Hill Country Health and Wellness Center :  At HILL COUNTRY HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER, the patient is always seen as a whole person, never a body part or problem. All providers work together to ensure that patients are receiving all the care and the most appropriate care that they need to get and stay well.


Here are some of the organizations that came to the 2017 Festival whose work encourages healthy living:

Healthy Shasta

dōTERRA International 

City of Redding Parks and Recreation

Mountain Girl Soap and Sundries

Jordan Fisher’s Therapuetic Massage

Mountain Wintu Herbs

North State Ayurveda


Redding Tai Chi

Wellness Acupuncture and Facial Rejuvenation Clinic

Mary Kay

Clear Creek Soap Co.

Bright Wings Homestead

Center for Spiritual Living

Sound Heart and Body Therapy

Women’s Health Specialists

Redding Health Expo


Beyond the Yoga Mat

Hydrovent Health Services

Holiday Market Natural Foods

Plexus Worldwide

Damsel in Defense

Uplifting Products

The Vegan Way of Life

In a Jam

Creative Ginger



SAVE THE DATE – Saturday, April 21st 2018: the 12th Annual Whole Earth and Watershed Festival

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