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Mike Abbott (2015 diary)
For 30 years I have been running green woodwork courses and writing books on the subject. My main ambition is to enable as many people as possible to share in the delights of engaging fully with woodlands, trees and wood.
www.living-wood.co.uk

Tamsin Abbott (2018/2016/2015/2014/2012/2010/2009 diaries) (2016 calendar)
In my illustrated, engraved stained glass panels I try to create a world that reflects the magic of the real world around us; the trees, birds and beasts, myths and fairytales, and our hidden memories of our ancestors.
www.tamsinabbott.co.uk
tamsinabbott@gmail.com

Caroline Abrey (2014 diary)
A self-taught Astrologer, currently studying for a professional Diploma. Her enthusiasm and love of astrology is used primarily to help shed light, offer insight and assist others on their journey towards individuation.
www.universalconsciousnessblog.blogspot.co.uk

Eve Adams (2012 diary)
Eve turned 60 in 2012! She stiches her passion for Nature, walks daily in the woods, enjoys making wildlife habitats in her garden, dances, loves Pema Chodron’s books, as well as being a psychotherapist, wife, mother and friend.
www.soultides.org.uk

Lindsay Adams (2018 diary)
A poet and healer inspired by a deep love of mother nature, her seasons and the elemental folk who care for her.
lindsayadams2004@yahoo.co.uk

Nell Aurelia Admiral (2017/2016/2015/2014 diaries)
Lives in Devon with her daughters and dreams, connecting with the land, finding a spiraling path from the ancestors to her own self as a woman through words, walks, trees, dressing up for the soul and motherhood.
foundintrees@yahoo.co.uk

Steve and Karen Alexander (2012/2011 diaries)
Steve and Karen have been photographing and researching the crop circles for over 15 years and for the past 10 years they have produced an annual year book showcasing the very best formations of each year. You can find out more about Steve and Karen and the crop circles by visiting their website.
www.temporarytemples.co.uk

Sue Allanson (2017 diary)
I live in Wirksworth, Derbyshire and have been working as a sculptor for the last 25 years. I take my inspiration from the stone itself, allowing it to suggest a form to me.
www.sueallanson.co.uk

Elaine Allsopp (2014 diary)
A Mother Earth loving artist, photographer, and land artist, whose work endeavors to capture her earthly beauty, magic, and mystery. Living in the New Forest, she finds no lack of inspiration.
wytch.inthewoods@yahoo.co.uk

Jenny Allwood (2012 diary)
I spend as much time as I can in the beautiful, natural world, loving the trees, plants and animals around me and capturing images of these wonders to share with others.
jennyallwoodphotography@live.co.uk

Meraylah Allwood (2018/2017/2016/2014/2012/2011/2009 diaries) (2016 calendar)
I am fascinated by the detail in the natural world – tiny seeds becoming trees, the cobwebs that can withstand storms. Painting is my meditation, my prayer for the Earth, weaving together past tales and mysteries with hope for the future.
www.meraylah.co.uk
www.meraylahsblog.co.uk

Ruth Ames-White (2015/2014 diaries)
A mosaic artist and musician living in Somerset. Her work is typically vibrant and colourful incorporating many materials and intricate detail. She designs and produces mosaics for private sale or to commission and has exhibited throughout the UK.
www.rawmosaics.co.uk

Wendy Andrew (2018/2014/2013/2012/2011/2010/2009 diaries) (2018 calendar)
My paintings and writing are inspired by the ancient mysteries that are wrapped in the turning of the seasons and the voice of the Goddess whispering through the mythical realms.
www.paintingdreams.co.uk
info@paintingdreams.co.uk

Claire Armstrong (2010 diary)
Mother, dancer, participatory artist, Reiki practitioner, writer, workshop organiser, gardener, teacher and lover of life.
eclairearm@aol.com

Claire Arnold (2016 diary)
Claire is a writer, doula and mother, un-schooling four children in Devon. Finding the time to write is always a challenge but yoga maintains sanity when time is short!
www.writingwaves.wordpress.com

Soraya Ashton (2018 diary) (2018 calendar)
I’m a beekeeping, veggie growing, blanket knitting ecologist turned artst, who photographs, illustrates and studies the natural world. Read more at my blog sorayasdesigns.wordpress.com or email soraya.ashton.designs@gmail.comto say hello.

Chris Auger (2017/2015 diaries)
Quietly determined eco-warrior and vegetarian for decades, honouring the seasons was a logical next step. I embrace creativity: poetry is my way of expressing my love for the people and experiences that touch my soul.

Annie Austen-Meek (2017 diary)
Softpots… Free your spirit… Discover the creatively challenging and colourful world of Softpot Making. Experience the simple joy of working with living plants to bring colour and texture to your home and garden. It’s easy, fun and inspiring!
www.softpots.com

annie b. (2017/2016/2015/2014/2013/2011 diaries) (2018/2017/2016 calendars)
My aim is to create artwork that helps us all feel love and joy, so that we all may dance in harmony together, be mindful of mother earth and each other, and know the Divine Oneness we truly are.
www.annieb-art.co.uk
annie@annieb-art.co.uk
annie has also written for the Earth Pathways Showcase blog.

Gwendolyn Ball (2016 diary)
Gwendolyn is a Creatrix living in Dorset. Student of Alchemy and Transpersonal Psychology. Inspired by the beauty and variety of the changing seasons. Exploring the glory of creation through many different media.

Jo Barker (2015/2013 diaries)
Passionate Permaculturalist connecting with the Earth from a place of oneness. I design edible wildlife gardens where we are part of the wildlife. I enjoy doing & being lots of other creative things.
www.dynamic-equilibrium.co.uk

Jenny Barton (2018/2017 diaries)
Writer and play therapist, mothering and making music under the buzzards of the Stroud hills, crafting poems inspired by seasons of life and land, running retreats helping others to write what is inside them.

Danielle Barlow (2018/2015 diaries) (2018 calendar)
I live on Dartmoor, which I’ve always considered to be ‘The Land of my Bones’. Here I raise my family, work the earth, and honour it all in paint and stitch.
www.daniellebarlowart.blogspot.com
dbarlowart@aol.com

Christopher Bell (2013/2011 diaries)
Since my earliest memory, I have had a pencil or pen in my hand. Dreaming medieval and fantastical tales, playing with wooden swords in the woods, or creating cardboard castles and armour, drawing knights and wizards. The mythical world has always been close to me!
www.otherworldillustrations.co.uk

Tass Bell (2018 diary)
Living on the land with permaculture, willow work, and natural horsemanship, celebrating mother earth’s boundless beauty and abundance. Painting the world of spirit, creating magical U.V. environments for trance dance, festivals and special celebrations, (and the occasional mad fashion show!)
www.vibrantvisions.co.uk
tass@vibrantvisions.co.uk

Kate Bellis (2018/2017 diaries)
Kate is a documentary photographer who is fascinated by people and cultures who have a strong relationship to the land. This journey has taken her from the Tibetan grasslands to the hill farms of Derbyshire and Northumberland. For books, cards and prints www.katebellis.com

Fi Benson (2009 diary)
I write poetry, prose and performance pieces including work for The Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham, and Show of Strength, Bristol. I lead drama workshops and provide creative inspiration for community groups of all ages. I am inspired by sense of place.

Margo Benson (2011 diary)
Artist, jewellery maker and dancer. My work is inspired by the glory of nature, the Celtic festivals and the folk and fairy lore of Britain and Europe.
www.bensoncreativedesigns.com
margo.benson@yahoo.co.uk

Kate Berridge (Canary) (2009 diary)
My deep love of the Earth and her children, including animals, expresses itself as survivor, hereditary healing-medium, animal listener, poet, mother, singer-songwriter, musician, environmentalist and artist. My work is reverence, is worship.

Benaifer Bhandari (2012 diary)
I am a dancer, lover, mother, breastfeeding counsellor, Reiki master, home-educator, poet artist and homeopath. I live in Hertfordshire but work with people from all over the country as a good, deep-acting remedy doesn’t need numerous meetings. My inspiration is Spenta Armaiti, Mother Earth, and in her name I breathe and work

Jane Birdsell (2016 diary)
Jane is a writer and photographer exploring landscapes and stories, and making gardens, on the Welsh Border. Her e-book ‘Chaos & Delight: Experiments in a Temporary Garden’ is available from her website.
www.janebirdsell.co.uk

Rosemary Blenkinsop (2013 diary)
I live in a small post-industrial town and have become more and more passionate about reclaiming the derelict land; I volunteer with a Community Garden, Orchard and Woodland, all bringing quarries and waste spaces back to productive, beautiful life.

Blue (2013 diary)
My photography is my own instinctive way of capturing the magical and otherworldly. All images are shot on film and not manipulated or ‘photoshoppped’. Therefore, you see them as I experienced them….alive and full of the vital energy of life itself
Blue Photographer FaceBook Page

Cea Blyth (2010/2009 diaries)
Paints solely with earth pigments, enjoying yoga dance movement whilst painting with her body. She is based in a valley on the side of Dartmoor and offers a unique commission service using earth from places that have meaning for you.
www.c-blyth.com

Graham Booker (2009 diary)

Brian Boothby (2018/2017/2016/2015/2014/2013/2012/2011/2010/2009 diaries) (2018/2016 calendars)
Songwriter, photographer and writer, multimedia artist, countryman and therapist, Nature’s ally, creating and hoping to leave the world a better place.
www.brianboothby.co.uk

Laura Bos (2017/2016/2015/2014 diaries)
Laura is inspired by the beautiful Worcestershire countryside. She draws and paints the changing seasons and is often to be found hunting for the perfect pot of tea and cake in tea shops.
www.redjackdawdesigns.co.uk
lore.feline@hotmail.co.uk

Angela Bosanquet (2010/2009 diaries)
Mother and grandmother, with a love of nature listening to its changing seasons, openings of perspective offered by other cultures, and gathering life’s strands interweaving alongside working with earth, the creation of community, craft food and medicine.
alexander@phonecoop.coop

Charlotte Bowen (with Pat Childerhouse) (2018 diary)
Pat and Charlotte live in Hove. Charlotte is an amateur photographer who loves to take pictures of her family and scenes from nature. Pat is her grandmother-in-law. She cultivates a tiny garden and an allotment.

Pat Bowen and  Sandy Gee (2010 diary)
Sandy and Pat are long time friends who live in Brighton. They share a love of communing with the elements, swimming in the sea and river and celebrating seasonal rituals (with a lovely women’s group) in all weathers. Sandy is a focusing-orientated psychotherapist and life-coach working with a deep regard for our unique inner natures. Pat is a grandmother, allotmenteer, storyteller and leader of guided walks. She has written poems, stories and “20 Sussex Walks” (Snake River Press)

Steph Bown (2015 diary)
We’re all creators in our own right: our art, language, dreams and ideas are born and brought forward. I’m inspired by nature’s light & dark, by everything in between and by our intrinsic connection to it.
Theiagalleries.com

Viveka Bowry (2018/2016/2015/2014 diaries)
Sources of inspiration are the cyclical and continually evolving life forces of the Earth. My passion is to create Land Art. Workshops countrywide for groups of 6.
www.vivekabowry.co.uk

Mia Bradbury (2017 calendar)
Mia’s paintings are inspired by the ever present magic in nature; capturing the stillness of a moment under the sky and stars, where ll else is forgotten. Visit her website to see more of her work.
www.mia-bradbury.co.uk

Stephanie Bradley (2014/2013/2012 diaries)
Stephanie is an artist, poetess, storyteller, and writer closely connected to the Transition Movement since 2007. Her passion is stories, those we tell ourselves and others, and those we use to recreate ourselves each and every day.
www.storyweaving.co.uk
Transitiontales@googlemail.com

Karen Brear (2014 diary)
I am from and live in the North of England. Though based amongst the hills and moors which I find so inspiring, my work also reflects my time spent living in America, I love to work with camera or paintbrush.

Ros Briagha (2012 diary)
Ros is a Green Witch, grannie, astrologer and geomancer, studying and using astrology since 1974. I also make stone circles and sacred space and conduct public and private ceremonies.
www.rosbriagha.org

Lisa Bridge (2015/2014/2011/2009 diaries)
My art and photography are inspired by my connection to nature and the land. I make cards and meditation packs from my work, practice reiki and teach holistic movement & dance workshops.
www.seventhrayarts.com

Kay Bridger (2009 diary) (2017 calendar)
Kay writes for pleasure and to express her delight in the natural world. She dreams of writing for a living one day…

Tina Bridgman (2012/2010 diaries)
Singer/Songwriter, teacher, workshop facilitator. I am influenced and inspired by nature, the the divine essence and connection of all things, by acts of peace and kindness, by the power of love and by the miracle of life.
www.tinabridgman.co.nz
tinabridgman@yahoo.co.uk

Denise Bristow (Bird) (2018/2015/2014/2011/2010/2009 diaries) (2018 calendar)
Embracing my life as a crone, with a smile on my face and a song in my heart, I move forward on my journey and gain inspiration from life and all its possibilities.
denise@number37wirksworth.co.uk

Matthew Bristow (2018/2016 diaries)
I find our Pagan, Celtic and Viking heritage a big source of inspiration for my artwork. I like to bring a sense of energy and life into my paintings.

Ruth Brocklehurst (2018 diary)
Ruth practices Astrology, Healing and Permaculture. She’s interested in patterns that link and lie through all things. She likes to express insights through images and is currently working on a graphic novel.
www.arcturusastrology.co.uk
ruth.brocklehurst1@gmail.com

Lindy Brook Tweed (2018/2014/2011/2009 diaries)
My work is about my interaction with the natural world. Since 2000 I have been creating Breathing Space, a community group that provides a garden for quiet reflection and workshops, planted to support a wide range of wildlife.
www.breathingspaceuk.wordpress.com
lindybrooktweed@hotmail.com

Dixey Brooks (2013 diary) (2017 calendar)
Dixey is an artist living in Ceredigion, Wales. She paints colourful, flowing dreamscapes, birds, animals and portraits on canvas, wood and paper. She also specializes in Maiolica Ceramic art and dances Flamenco.
www.dixeyart.co.uk
dixeyart@gmail.com

Broughty Ferry Environmental Project (2011 diary)
BFEP works with local volunteers to enable them to undertake environmental, cultural and art projects linked to the earth and sea. Marie Riley and Ann Lolley love to create the space for like minded folk to celebrate seasonal rituals outdoors in the wild Scottish weather.
environ.project@dundeecity.gov.uk

Carolyn Brown (2010 diary) I’ve walked the earth path all my life to stone circles, sacred wells, trees, moors and caves. I read tarot, work with crystals and make medicine doll goddesses as a celebration of life.

Keli Brown (2014/2013 diaries)
Living in the beautiful Peak District I seek creative and inspiring ways to bring the land and people together, then explore how we can share these experiences. I write, draw, dance, sing, and lead local seasonal events as @WalkTheWheel.
keli.brown@hotmail.co.uk
Walk The Wheel on Twitter

Julie Bruton-Seal (2014 diary)
I am a practising medical herbalist, photographer, writer, artist and gardener. I have written, illustrated and designed three books on herbs with my husband, Matthew Seal, and am currently embarking on a fourth.
info@hedgerowmedicine.com

Ceridwen Buckmaster (2017/2014 diary)
Ceridwen is a group facilitator, mediator and writer. Her work is based in Nonviolent Communication (NVC), a process that facilitates clear and transparent interpersonal communication, greater understanding of trauma and compassionate holding of conflicts. www.ceribuckmaster.co.uk

Sam K. Buller (2018 diary)
My passion for creating art is an addiction which makes my soul sing. I aim to create unique pieces which bring a sense of relaxation and peace, because everyone deserves a moment to just rest, relax, look and breathe.
www.treeartbysam.co.uk
Sam has also written for the Earth Pathways Showcase Blog.

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