Wild Women Magazine illuminates our relationship with wild nature. The stories are an expression of the way women move in the wild world, following our natural rhythms and coming together in community. Proudly featuring articles about how women are weaving their lives in the wild, created with love and care from us to you.
We are doing our part to protect wildlife and to advocate for animal welfare. Sustainable tourism can provide a strong economic incentive for wildlife conservation by helping locals at a community level.
All proceeds from your purchase will be donated to the conservation organizations the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada who work to end wildlife trafficking and have launched the ForeverWild campaign, to call attention to the crisis that now threatens great apes and other species.
You’ll also support the Chai Lai Orchid who are seeking help amid the COVID-19 crisis to feed the Elephants and pay the mahouts (elephant caretaker) who, are still living with their elephants and taking care of them every day.
Inside Issue 1: Get lost in a story about our connection to wolves by editor-in-chief Jennifer Haddow, gain strength from Marnie Woodrow’s inspired piece about ice-climber Margot Talbot, and revel in Johanna Gohmann’s aptly titled “Doing It Outdoors”.
Details: Ad-free, full colour, a perfect bound magazine on 100% recycled paper. Printed carbon neutral in Canada.
Purchase Here to have the print copies of Issues 01 & 02 delivered to you for $19.95USD
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“I just had the most soul-nourishing afternoon cup of tea with the hardcopy edition of the magazine and was absolutely entranced. What an absolute joy to read – the stories were captivating, and the aesthetic of the magazine is a total pleasure. Even the way the pages feel is just delicious!” – Jessie Harrold
“This magazine is a FEAST for the senses….beautiful, heart-expanding interviews and stories, stunning photography, luscious matte print stock, and not one advertisement. It’s really more of a delicious experience than a magazine and something to save and share widely. And 100% of the profits go to support the wild…” – Michelle Alley