Thursday, August 18, 2011


Thank you to everyone who tuned in to watch Oregon Public Broadcasting's "Oregon Lens" on Tuesday night to see the EarthWalkers documentary! We really appreciate the love and support we have received. Much more to come, so please check back here or on our facebook page ( to keep up with everything we are doing!

With deep gratitude,

Amoris Walker
ps. If you missed it on OPB - you can watch the EarthWalkers short documentary here:

Monday, August 8, 2011

OPB Arts & Life

Humbled and excited about the article on OPB's Arts & Life page about The EarthWalkers....

Tuesday, July 26, 2011


We are very excited to release this short documentary which is just a brief taste of what life was like as an EarthWalker. This short will also air on Oregon Public Broadcasting's tv show Oregon Len's in August. We very much appreciate all the love, support and encouragement to share our story.

~The EarthWalkers

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Skye at Pecha Kucha

Last week, Skye (my handsome, funny and incredibly talented older brother) presented these archived shots of the EarthWalkers to tell a little of our story. Not only is he a phenomenal artist, graphic designer and brother - he's also a great story teller. Enjoy this trip back in time with my wonderful little family - the EarthWalkers:

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Skye Walker at Pecha Kucha night in San Diego

On Wednesday April 20, 2011- Skye Walker will be presenting a slideshow about The Earthwalkers for Pecha Kucha night at the W Hotel in San Diego starting at 7:30pm. PechaKucha is derived from a Japanese term meaning the sound of conversation, or chit-chat. PechaKucha Nights are creative, social and informal. ...The concept is simple: each presenter is allowed 20 images, each shown for 20 seconds, giving 6 minutes 40 seconds of floor time and expression before the next presenter is up.

Skye is very excited about this presentation because Pecha Kucha is a great way to meet new friends and people, plus share stories in a quick and fun way.

Monday, April 11, 2011

The EarthWalkers - Recent Happenings

It's been a year... I apologize for the delay! With Earth Day just around the corner, I suppose it's a good time to get this page updated. First off, I'd like to share a video that my brother Skye put together. We spent Christmas in Nevada, we lived there about 24 years ago and this was the first time all 4 of us had been back together. It seemed appropriate to capture the momentous occasion and with Skye directing, we took a little trip back in time...

Meanwhile, I've been working on logging tapes from the EarthWalker archives. I will be putting together a 10 minute documentary in the next 3 months to serve as a preview for the feature length film. Once that is ready to share, I will be signing up for a kickstarter page to allow anyone who wants to donate/buy into the project to do so. We hope to find more people across the country who remember our shows in the early 90's. If you have an EarthWalker memory, please contact me at

Many thanks for your continued support and encouragement!

-Amoris (Amye) Walker

Thursday, April 22, 2010


In honor of Earth Day's 40th Anniversary (just three days after my parent's celebrated their 41st) I'd like to share two videos.

It's no coincidence that my parents anniversary and Earth Day are both celebrating four decades, Lynn and Morris have been fighting for the earth and sharing information about conservation, sustainability and recycling since long before it was the 'cool' thing to do.

My father wrote a beautiful poem many years ago called "When" this video is a shorter
version of the original poem, put to video and music for a contest... but the original message is still there - if not now, WHEN?

Of course, many of you know that as soon as Skye and I were able to hold instruments, we went on the road with our parents as the EarthWalkers. We were fortunate enough to see many places before we were even teenagers, including Hawaii, the Canary Islands, and more than 45 of the United States. In all of these places, there was one message that we carried with us, take care of your habitat!

My parents believed that teaching children about the world around them and their
effect on it would be the finest way to shape future generations into lifelong environmentalists - and they were right!

In the past 15 years since we've been off the road, we have continued to get letters from students who saw us perform all over the country. They claim that seeing the EarthWalkers, hearing our music and laughing at our comedy was one of the reasons they began to reduce, reuse & recycle before they were old enough to worry about whether or not it was popular.

What a compliment this has been to our family - to know that we made a lasting impact, even if just a few folks were galvanized into action. Someday, we will edit together the many hours of footage, our original music and written words into a documentary to share. Meanwhile, here is a preview of our story.

Happy Earth Day to you all, let's take better care of each other and our precious habitats!

Happy Anniversary mom & dad, thank you for teaching us how important mother earth is and for giving us the most amazing childhood a kid could dream of - you are truly an inspiration.

"Only after the last tree has been cut down.
Only after the last river has been poisoned.
Only after the last fish has been caught.
Only then will you find that money cannot be eaten."
-Cree Indian Prophecy