Print Issue 02

Featuring Dr. Jane Goodall

Wild Women Magazine illuminates the inspiring stories of women's relationship with wild nature. Read scintillating sagas of eco-warrior women, adventuresses, rebels and wise women who are transforming our world.

Proudly featuring 90 full-color pages of fascinating articles about how women are weaving their lives in the wild, this is a 100% ad-free archival quality magazine, printed carbon neutral on recycled paper.

Created with much love, all proceeds from the magazine will be donated to the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada.

 

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A Piece of Her Heart

Jill Sture | October 1, 2017

Iceland.  As she waited at the boarding gate to return home to Canada, she knew.  She would re-enter this land of wonder and beauty; this land with all her rage and tranquility, complexity and contradictions; settled in an unsettled sort of way.  A little like herself if she were to be perfectly honest.  A piece…

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In the Eye of the Tiger

by Jennifer Haddow | March 20, 2017

I sat silently in the darkness of the jungle, waiting for a tiger. Doubts flashed through my mind as I questioned the sanity of this situation. Here I was, deep in the forest of Satpura Tiger Reserve in central India, sitting in an open air safari jeep in the middle of the night, hoping for…

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Trip of a Lifetime

Amy Hogan | March 14, 2017

In August 2016, I went on Wild Women Expedition’s Iceland Golden Circle Horseback Riding Adventure. It was an experience unlike anything I had ever had in my life. It pushed my limits physically, emotionally and mentally. The message playing in my head over and over throughout the entire trip was “Oh my goodness I can’t…

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I Fell Into My Soul

By Mary Noseworthy | September 16, 2016

  How had it taken me 50 years to get back to my roots? How do we get so far away from what matters? I had migrated to the land locked prairies. I spend my childhood summers running wild with my redheaded cousins along my east coast home. I loved the summers where wild horses…

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Healing on the Inca Trail

By Donna Reina | September 16, 2016

In late 2014 I was diagnosed with a more uncommon type of breast cancer and immediately went through surgery, then months of tests, radiation treatment, and now hormone treatment. As I was coming out of the fog, I came across the Wild Women organization through a mutual business group I belong to, where Jennifer was…

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An Open Letter to Life

by Catherine | September 15, 2016

Dear Life, We haven’t always seen eye-to-eye. Remember that time that you were convinced I should leave my life in the U.K., with my job and my partner and all my dreams, and return to my roots in Toronto? Oh, you don’t remember? Let me remind you. I didn’t want to go back to Toronto….

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My Own Pace

by Colleen Chiddix | September 14, 2016

I didn’t know how to respond past giving my name when asked to introduce myself that first night at dinner.  Everyone else seemed so enthusiastic, confident.  They all gave their names and buoyantly told their goals and aspirations for the trip.  I remember simply saying my name and that I had run away from home. …

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Fly

by Jill Sture | September 4, 2016

  Knolls and Valleys and biting Mountain Rain. Pastures emerald green and trails carved into volcanic terrain From a thousand thundering hooves of a thousand horses and a thousand years.   Landscape untouched; pure, simple, wild; a constant in a land of inconsistency; Of changing climate and a shifting tide, of fire burning deep inside,…