Vermont Non-Profit Joins Fight Against California’s Historic Drought
Vermont based non-profit helps connect individuals suffering from California's historic drought with dowsers in their local area. The need for water has never been greater in America's fruit and vegetable mecca, California, and The American Society of Dowsers is rising to meet this pressing need.
“I fielded multiple calls this week from the Los Angeles area alone,” reports Jax Willey, bookstore manager at ASD headquarters. “Skeptics say that dowsers find water by chance because of the amount of ground water that is abundant almost anywhere, but I want to point out this isn’t the case in California right now. Drilling a 500 foot dry well can really cost you!”
With nine chapters in California, ASD has a strong West coast presence and members are ready to assist. Dowsers tend to be open and giving people who genuinely want to share their gift with humanity. “Dowsing is a way to use your intuitive part of your nature to find things that you couldn’t normally do otherwise,” says John Wayne Blassingame, a Vermont chapter president and professional water dowser.
The small Northeast Kingdom office is working "to the max" according to Blair Wolston, operations manager for ASD. “This time of year is usually busy as we prepare for the National Convention in June, but the increase in calls from people looking for dowsers in California is certainly a priority of late.” Along with individual requests, journalists seek interviews with dowsers and more information about the efforts of ASD around the globe. A press kit can be found online at dowsers.org.
The Bookstore and office are open Monday through Friday 8am to 4pm EST. Directions online at dowsers.org.
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