The Cherokee National Forest spans Eastern Tennessee and Western North Carolina, some 650,000 acres of protected land. It’s here you’ll find our Benton source, which is part of the Hiwassee watershed, surrounded by untouched natural forest.
Our Johnstown source is surrounded by two natural watersheds and 2,500 acres of protected national forest. Nearby Adirondack State Park is the state’s 6 million acre natural jewel of mountain forests, winding rivers and glistening lakes. Simply put, it’s one of New York’s most stunning nature preserves.
Located in the Granite State’s Ossipee Mountains, our Moultonborough facility is surrounded by 5,200 forest acres and is protected by the Lakes Region Conservation Trust. This beautiful source sits in the greater Mount Washington region and the White Mountain National Forest watershed.
Mt. Shasta, CA
We’re particularly proud of our source at the foot of magnificent Mount Shasta. At 14,180’, Mount Shasta is the second highest peak in the Cascade Range, and dominates the Northern California landscape. Our spring water originates deep within Shasta National Forest, a federally protected area of more than 1.1 million acres.
The Norman spring water source is surrounded by over 6,000 acres of natural watershed in a beautiful area of the greater Ouachita National Forest. It sits within a protected wilderness area of more than 1.7 million undeveloped, naturally pristine acres.
The home of our very first natural spring water source and bottling plant originates near Olancha Peak as part of the majestic southern Sierra Mountains. Our Olancha source is protected by its proximity to the Golden Trout Wilderness Area and the Inyo National Forest. The nearby rugged and rocky region known as the “Alabama Hills” has been the backdrop for many of Hollywood’s classic westerns – and speaks to the remoteness of the area.
The Blue Ridge Mountains of South Carolina’s Upcountry are a legendary outdoor paradise, famous for their beautiful vistas, lakes and waterfalls. Our Salem spring source is located near the 85,000 acre Sumter National Forest.