Will Wade (2015 diary)
I am interested in landscapes that have been tailored by human touch: city parks and edgelands, nature that co-exists within modern urban environments.

Ali Walters (2017/2016 diaries)
I am a holistic massage and Reili therapist with a passion for this wonderful planet Earth. I like to take photographs of the beauty I see and hope they inspire others. I write the odd poem too.

Sally Ann Wardroper (2018 diary)
I live in Kent but dream often of Glastonbury Tor. I write when my feelings get too big for me. I also garden, read, walk, think, nurture my children and try to make things look beautiful.

Lucinda Warner (2017 calendar)
Lucinda is a herbalist an nature lover living in the South Downs with her family and animal companions. She paints an draws in her spare time and writes a blog about herbs, nature and creativity at whisperingearth.co.uk

Genie Weaver (2009)
Magic Mandalas are a vibrational aid for visualisation and healing. They can be personalised and used for any purpose whatsoever. You may commission the artist for your very own special vibrational medicine

Lesley Weldon (2013/2011 diaries)
I am Granny Rainbow living near magical forests and ancient Dartmoor. My dream is to awaken my grandchildren and others to the beauty and abundance of our home, and encourage respect and gratitude that honours all creation.

Melanie West (2017 diary)
I’m a nomad with too many possessions to be nomadic, a bee keeper and a writer. I’m inspired by the people I meet and the little moments of beauty I see around me. I’m pretty ordinary really.

Eleanor Westwood (2018 diary)
I live in Devon and find walking in local landscapes a vital source of inspiration for stories and poems.

We the Uncivilized (2015 diary) (2016 calendar)
Lily and Pete Sequoia are exploring community life through their documentary film and website www.wetheuncivilized.org, illustrating inclusive, inspiring stories of people who prioritise community, collaboration and connection to all life. info@wetheuncivilized.org

Merav Wheelhouse (2010 diary)
My art is a celebration of nature; our family runs the Karuna land/tree based project in the Shropshire hills; working with nature is what we do… True sustainability, permaculture & forest gardening.

Bryony Whistlecraft (2018/2017/2012 diaries) (2016 calendar)
Woodland wanderer, Faerie believer and tinkerer. Lives in the beautiful Pennines with her lovely husband, son and cat. Musings, adventures and creative endeavours can be found at Mooredge in the Mist

Kelda White (2014 diary)
A homeopath who journeys with clients to reconnect to their inner truth and the cycles of the Earth. Trusting life’s lessons, celebrating the power of nature and joyfully opening our hearts allows us to grow, regenerate, heal and explore.

Patrick Whitefield (2009 diary)
Patrick is a permaculture teacher, writer and consultant. His books include The Earth Care Manual and Permaculture in a Nutshell. He’s an active member of his local Transition Town group.

Susie Wilcox (2018 calendar)
I write about my observations on life; I am constantly inspired by, and in love with, the natural world, landscapes, the ocean and animals, and I find peace mostly in the woods or on the seashore.

Rowan Ulfrun Wildash (2010)
To me the divine is found in that living connection of all things which forms the great web, and as an artist I endeavour to portray the stories of these subtleties which bind all creation.

Wild Medicine (2012 diary)
Produce beautiful Flower Essences made at sacred sites. We work in co-creation with the Devas of the Wild Flowers, Trees and the Land, and incorporate the Sun and Moon, and precious sacred spring or well water into each Essence.

Julia Williams (2010 diary)
My creative journey is me, and a shared experience of all the amazing women I have met, how lucky am I, to share and experience the gift of life and explore the paths of expression. Blessings Goddess.

Hannah Willow (2018/2016/2014/2013/2012/2011/2010/2009 diaries) (2016 calendar)
Living in Wiltshire, the ancient landscape of long low plains, tree topped hills and sweeps of summer corn fill my work, populated by hares, stags, badgers, owls, foxes. Moonlight illuminates liminal spaces, drawing the viewer into a place of remembering.

Sarah E. Wilson (2018/2017 diaries)
I am an artist, craftsperson, outdoor educator, Forest School leader, wilderness-loving, enthusiastic dancer of Gabrielle Roth’s Five Rhythms. I use natural materials, junk treasures, and felt, to create artefacts which are beautiful, balanced, harmonious and symbolic.
Two Dogs Dancing on FaceBook

KAren With (2015/2014 diaries)
As a celebrant/teacher, I feel inspired to help people see that they are their own expert and to help enrich, enhance and empower their lives.

Ania Witwitzka (2012 diary)
Ania is a painter, performer, graphic designer, workshop leader and lecturer. Her work is an exploration of how the harmonious, peaceful and beneficial human essence can be experienced and expressed through creativity by using methods focusing on the right brain-half.

Clio Wondrausch (2011/2010 diary)
The photos here are of my dream lodge, built from branches, bracken and broom. Earth womb, animal den, wild hearth, home. Workshops; performance; exhibitions; in wild food, earth pigment painting, dance, songs. Prints and cards for sale.

Sue Wood (2009 diary)
I have resided in Derbyshire all my life. I have been interested in the nature of reality for many years now. I have explored many spiritual traditions and also enjoyed the more recent ideas in Quantum Physics and Non-Dual theory.

Julia Woodman (2013 diary)
Julia is a Poet and Artist in Schools, and is writing a book about the evolution of consciousness. She is also a Life Coach, Counsellor, Healer and Diviner, providing personal development guides and workshops in Surrey.

Jacqui Woodward-Smith (2017/2016/2015/2013/2012 diaries) (2017 calendar)
Poet, writer, psychospiritual counsellor, low priestess walking a path of radical honey, completely and endlessly in love with the land and the Goddess. I am director of Scarlet Stitches, which, like me, is work in progress….

Sue Wookey (2018/2017/2016/2014/2013/2012/2011 diaries) (2018/2017/2016 calendars)
Inspired constantly by nature, symbols, dreams and the beautiful mystery surrounding us. My paintings reflect inner journeys and are painted with the hope that others will gain their own inspiration from them.

Amanda Woollven (2018 calendar)
I love the wind in the trees, the changing seasons, cloud watching, birdsong, first light, twilight, moonrise, shooting starts, nature, magic, arts, crafts, words, music, design, colour, cake, harmony, laughter and freedom to just be.

Serena Worville (2018 calendar)
Treading her soul path to weave magic nd inspiration into the lives of children in Steiner education… Inspired by the nature spirits and rainbows; with blossoming heart-centred awareness beating at the core of all that is. Love!

Claire Wright (2014 diary)
My paintings convey the magic of a moment, the excitement of seeing a shooting star on a clear starlit evening, the magic of a hare standing in the moonlight, the beauty of a woodland, landscape, bird, animal, or a tree.