So, You Wanna Go Canoeing?

By Jenny Martindale | May 26, 2020

Fact: Wild Women Expeditions was conceived and born in a canoe. That’s right, 30 years ago, founder Beth Mairs was inspired to start this company on a canoe trip with other female friends in Northern Ontario. Over the years, the roots of Wild Women have been firmly planted on the quintessential Canadian canoe trip, and…

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Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

By Jennifer Haddow | May 21, 2020

My adventure in Nepal totally changed my life. When I trekked to Everest Base Camp in Nepal, over a decade ago, I was lost. Sick and afraid and depleted. And in the weeks of trekking in those heavenly Himalayas, something shifted and cracked open. I fed my soul. When I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis…

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Fierce Vulnerability: A Conversation With Eve Ensler

By Candice Bartlett | May 5, 2020

Famed for her fearless work as an activist, author, and Tony Award-winning playwright, Eve Ensler epitomizes what it means to be a Fierce Female. Director Jennifer Haddow connected with Eve in Bali to interview her for Wild Women Magazine. Read Jennifer’s inspiring conversation with Eve about how being vulnerable and showing up has the power…

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The Wild Spirit Of Espiritu Santo

By Stacey Nedrow-Wigmore | April 30, 2020

I leaned over the side of the small boat, slapping the surface of the water with my hand. A large eye blinked back at me as the massive animal it belonged to approached the panga, sliding under my hand like a dog looking for a pat. I tentatively rubbed the cheek of the gray whale…

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Earth Day: A Reason For Hope

By Candice Bartlett | April 21, 2020

  People all over the world will be adding their voices to support the environment on Earth Day. Our planet is a reason for hope. We want to help protect the habitats that are connected and reliant on each other, and the wildlife that call the ecosystems home- finding comfort in the deserts, rainforests, and…

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