Caroline Salter (2018/2017/2016 diaries) (2017 calendar)
Artist, allotment keeper and yoga teacher living in North Yorkshire. For all of my life I have felt connect to and inspired by the natural world. I hope to inspire this connection in others. carolineannesalter@gmail.com

Simon Sawyer (2014/2013/2012 diaries)
I am an Artist and Poet. My poetry springs from trying to express feelings of connection to the spirit of all things and are brief glimpses of spirit and the Dragon.

Scar Sister (2009 diary)
For information and bookings contact Suzi

Wayne Schroeder (2013 diary)
Wayne has lived at Findhorn for 11 years and has worked at Schumacher College for the past 10. He is a cranio sacral therapist and teaches Embodied Consciousness. If you are interested in his work please contact him.

Mark Scott (2009 diary)
Anarchist, fisherman, football fan, hiding in the artshed from the perils of children! Zoologist, environmentalist, lover of music, on a mission to get back to Africa!

Matthew Seal (2014 diary)
An editor and proofreader of other people’s work for many years, Matthew has more recently started writing his own, with his wife, Julie Bruton-Seal. They are active in running herbal workshops from their home in south Norfolk.

Lily Rose Sequoia
Storyteller, performance poet, and film maker. Lily lives to inspire and inform, in her latest project www.wetheuncivilized.org. Self-proclaimed philosoph-actionist, with a passion for permaculture and the healing power of plants; Lily is driven by a deep-seated belief that there is another way.

Pete Sequoia
Film maker, poet, earth designer, maker and permaculture teacher, Pete is an agent for change. Alongside his latest film project www.wetheuncivilized.org, his work explores consciousness and the design of open-source sustainable living systems through his Open Earth Ecology project.

Serennog (2013/2012/2011 diaries)
Serennog is a photographer, writer and retreat leader who is inspired by the natural world in North Wales.

Cedar Shaw (2012 diary)
Photographer whose first love is documentary images that archive people in their daily lives and intimate environments. Born in 1993 on Dartmoor, has travelled widely including the Arctic and Japan, currently studying photography at university. This image was taken of her mother’s hands.

Jude Shaw (2016 diary)
I am passionate about nourishing the soul through food and writing. Please visit judelicious.co.uk to find out more about raw vegan delights, nutritional healing consultations and therapeutic writing groups. I love helping people connect with their yumminess.

Nerissa Shaw (2017/2016 diary)
I live in Somerset and connect deeply with the land here. My photography and writing are expressions of my desire to know the wild ever more intimately and are a sacred offering to the wilderness.

Lynn Shore (2017 diary)
Lynn teaches city folk how to use the bounty of herbs which surround them, ethically and safely. Find out about her online courses, workshops, projects and herb walks in Amsterdam.

Maria Silmon (2016 diary)
I am an artist and healing practitioner and absorb my mind in the solar festivals wheel of the year, sacred sites and nature. My constant attention is with these things, and in becoming increasingly aware of the life force on everything

Jayamini de Silva (2012 diary)
An artist, art conservator of Srilankan origin who has been resiging in the UK for the last six years. She works mostly with silk and rice paper, stone colours and ink, and focuses her work on themes of ‘the agony and ecstasy of woman’.

Theo Simon (2010 diary)
Theo found his voice when his passion for song met his passion for the earth. “As a citizen and a parent, I have to act: as an artist I want to inspire you to join me in that struggle for change”.

Jackie Singer (2017/2011 diary)
Jackie weaves healing and creative work from many strands: writing, music, storytelling, workshops and ceremonies. Since 2001 she has made music with the folk band Kismet. Increasingly, her work is about land, soul and the deep feminine.

Jay Sioux (2014 diary)
Intuitive Artist, Cornwall

Sue Slack (2010 diary)
We get along better if we collaborate with nature instead of trying to dominate it. This Buddhist tenet permeates my work. Walking the landscape, I paint, developing sketches in the studio; accentuating colour, simplifying shapes, reflecting rhythms of the land.

Jason Smalley (2017/2012 diaries)
Jason is a photographer whose images convey the essence of wildness and beauty of Mother Earth. View his fine art at www.wildscape.redbubble.com Jason offeres inspiring ways to connect with nature along with flower essence practitioner Jackie Stewart at www.essenceofwild.co.uk

Nicola Smalley (2018/2017 diaries) (2018 calendar)
Nicola is a shamanic practitioner and celebrant living on the edge of the West Penine Moors in Lancashire. With her husband Jason she runs workshops, shamanic drumming circles, one-to-one shamanic healing sessions and ceremonies through www.thewayofthebuzzard.co.uk and www.journeywellceremonies.co.uk

Jill Smith (2009 diary)
Artist, writer, ritual Performance artist, spent years journeying the sacred landscapes of Britian, then a decade celebrating the turning cycle in the Hebrides. Moved to Glastonbury in 1997, but returning to the Western Isles in 2008.

Sam Lauren Smith (2016/2014/2013/2012/2011/2010/2009 diaries)
My art is a reflection of our lovely trees and wildlife, the turning seasons and passing of day and night … my personal Earth Pathway. Keeping my hand in whilst juggling life with my toddler daughter Silvan, flute-maker husband, and teaching art to adults.

Vicki Smith (2013/2012/2010 diaries)
I love to play, to write, to perform, to sing, to dance, to walk and be on the land and in nature, to be a grandmother and to weave joy, light and love into life.

Shannon Smy (2009 diary)
Shannon is a singer songwriter and activist. Her band Seize the Day has been called ‘the authentic voice of protest in Britain today’ by George Monbiot … and has written four albums.

Elaine Speakman (2014 diary)
Mother, photographer, writer, healer, grower of healing herbs. In my mature years I have been blessed with creative gifts which allow me to help others re-connect with their spiritual self and with Mother Earth.

Pamela Spence (2014 diary)
Pamela is a medical herbalist and writer living and working in Scotland. She runs workshops and herb walks nationally and internationally and sees patients in her busy clinics. Pamela has most recently sppeared on the BBC online series The Scottish Hedgewitch.

David Spero (2010 diary)
David’s photographic work distils various approaches and traditions. Settlements is an ongoing record of self built homes, land-use and communal portraits in a number of British ecological communities that challenge ideas about how we live.

Rooh Star (2011/2010 diaries)
Singer songwriter and Earth Lover. I am learning to live more gently on the Earth, living simply and in a way which honours all life. I am available to sing at gigs, weddings and dinner parties. Album “Rhythm is Life” available.

Emma Stephenson (2014/2013 diaries)
Loving being a mother to Lily. Artist, witch, spinner, weaver, drummer, healer. Walking with one foot in motherhood and the other in wild magical landscapes.

Robert Stephenson (2014 diary)
Songwriter, musician, photographer, luthier, husband and father. In photography I draw inspiration from mountain, river, forest and sea. I build guitars by hand from recycled materials, giving discarded yet undeniably beautiful wood a new soul.
Treadstone Guitars

Nessie Stevenson (2010 diary)
I grow hardy herbaceous perennials at just over 900ft, near Wirsworth in Derbyshire. I choose plant varieties for their colour, length of flowering, habit and hardiness and everything is grown organically. I also design and plant up borders.

Peter Stevenson (2012 diary)
Peter is a children’s book illustrator, storyteller, musician and purveyor of Magical Lanternarium Shows, which tell tales of nature and folklore, of mermaids and selkies, of fairy folk and fossicking foxes. He lives in mid Wales with his head in the clouds and feet in the mud.

Jackie Stewart (2012 diary)
Jackie is a flower and crystal essence practitioner who helps people release emotional pain and live their Soul’s purpose; www.flowerspirit.co.uk Together with nature photographer Jason Smalley she offers inspiring ways to connect with nature at www.essenceofwild.co.uk

Cheryl Straffon (2009 diary)
Cheryl is a writer, researcher and editor living in Cornwall. She is the author of several Goddess-focused books, including Daughters of the Earth (O Books, 2007) and edits Goddess Alive! magazine.

Street Acts (2009 diary)
Aims to encourage creative and imaginative campaigning for the Earth by sharing simple yet effective ideas via our website and free workshops

Katherine Stringer (2012 diary)
Katherine loves making art from natural found items as well as more traditional portraits. She is a pupil of nature and a catalyst for creativity in others. She also leads sessions of Bioddanza, combining movement, art and nature.

Yve Sturgeon (2009 diary)
Yve’s work is about our journey through the planets’ life, from the birth of time itself until the present day and the emotions caused by the moments that touch our lives both spiritually and physically.

Sue Sturt-Bolshaw (2017/2016 diary)
I will be your contact if you choose to sell our beautiful diary and calendar in your shop. I am co-owner of Reminiscence Vintage which caters for vintage teas and hires out beautiful china, linens, cutlery and artefacts.

Debs Summers-Cooper (2010 diary)
Debs lives in Glastonbury with her husband Vince and has a heartfelt belief in the old traditions and simplicity of the Hedgewitch’s craft. Our deep connection to the Earth and the Wheel of the Year is our greatest magic.

Sarah Sweet (2017 diary)
I live and work in the glorious South Hams, Devon. Stylistically my paintings can be described as semi-impressionistic with an emphasis on colour and texture. Inspiration comes from my immediate surroundings, nature and its infinite beauty.

Anabel Symington (2017/2011/2009 diaries)
Carer of cobwebs, collector of sticks and eggs, doer of all things invisible inside and out. Ecstatic grandmother, drawer, writer and illustrator of stories and songs.

Rowan Taliesin (2017/2015 diaries)
My paintings and drawings are inspired by the inner landscapes of dream and vision, as well as the outer landscapes of earth, sea and sky and the wonderful creatures who share them with us.

Pamela Thom (Red) (2012 diary)
Pamela lives near the Welsh Marches. A spinner, lover of fleece and yarn, bee keeper, walker of the land and all wild places, I have a deep reverence and feeling for the crafts and labours of our grandmothers that were.

Alice Thomas (2017/2016 diaries) (2018/2017 calendars)
Based in Mid-Wales, cupped between mountains and sea, my artwork grows from my passion for nature in all its beauty. Animals are a strong presence and inspiration; I aspire to capture their essence and wildness of spirit in my work.

Anne Thomas (2018/2017/2016 diaries)
As Mother and Grandmother I celebrate my connection to this fertile Earth; daily miracles of existence, vivid colour and vitality; sense of stillness and belonging found within it all. My paintings are a meditation and also an offering of gratitude. www.shiningedge.co.uk

Lynette Thomas (2013 diary)
Photographer and mosaic artist, living in Swindon, inspired by the Wiltshire landscape and Neolithic sites. I count myself lucky to live so close to these beautiful places.

Suzanne Thomas (2013 diary)
I am a druid who lives on the slopes of Titterstone Clee in Shropshire, where I listen to the stories and take inspiration from the land around me for photography and Nature Art.

Jeannie Thompson (2012 diary)
Life long activist. 20 years group worker and trainer. Committed to bringing skills and knowledge about healthy groups to the activist community. Sociodramatist, Dramatherapist. Grandmother. Loves play, creative street campaigning, clowning, playback theatre, walking and camping.

Tiana (2012/2009 diaries)
Tiana is blessed to be artist in residence, and teacher, in Hampshire working with boys who have special needs. She holds theraputic art workshops and sessions for individuals in crisis. And otherwise can be found dabbling in all manner of arty and crafty things!

Keli Tomlin (2018/2016 diary) (2018/2017 calendars)
Keli is a celebrant, writer and all-round earth-lover based in the Peak District. She believes in celebration and sharing as catalysts for connection and creative expression and loves to help others weave them into being.

Philip Tonkyn (2013/2012/2011 diaries)
I am an artist and photographer living in Glastonbury. My work expresses glimpses to a timeless other-world where nature, light and landscape meet and are transformed with inner beauty.

Andy Treepirate (2010)
My favourite medium mostly recycled, saved from the flames or standing dead trees, is worked with chisels or chainsaws alone or with other treepirates to create individual expressions of the good in the wood.

Tree Spirit (2009 diary)
Tree Spirit is an active voluntary charity planting ttrees for our future. We combine a practical approach with a holistic outlook – raising awareness and respect for trees and Mother Earth.

Katheryn Trenshaw (2009 diaries)
Creative director of the Passionate Presence Center for Creative Expression, is an international artist, writer, filmmaker and teacher who has been facilitating groups and one-to-one sessions for over 30 years.

Lucy Trevitt (2012/2011 diaries)
Lucy is an artist and poet, and an experienced facilitator working with individuals and small groups. She works with the creative process as an integral part of healing and transformation.

Debbie Trewin
I love to inspire and empower others to achieve positive changes in their lives and Our World, including greater love, success, harmony, healing, and peace, etc., using Calligraphy, Photography, Art, Reiki and Holistic Coaching.www.devonartistnetwork.co.uk/DebbieTrewin

Sharyn Turner (2017/2016 diaries)
From her home at the foot of Glastonbury Tor, Sharyn channels her connection with the land into her artwork. Inspired by her Shamanic journeys, her art reflects the tangible magic of the Earth and its associated realms.

Emma Tuzzio (2018 diary)
Artist, writer, healer and self-confessed tree-hugger! Passionate about creating art that inspires others to reconnect to nature, to tread lightly on this precious planet and to tap into the well of wisdom that lies within.