The Hedge was started by Rachel Wood and Nada Meredith with the hope that it will help connect people to the possibilities that exist for change; providing ideas to live creatively into a more loving and sustainable future.
Since the seed was sown in 2015 we have gleaned an ever expanding team of helpers and contributors who are passionate about the possibilities the publication can offer and are now enabling The Hedge to grow.
All profits raised through sales are given away to small projects dedicated to helping the Earth and its inhabitants. Some recent recipitants include: The Flying seagull project; Cambrian Wildwood Project; Hay, Brecon and Talgarth Sanctuary for Refugees and The Himalayan Permaculture Project.
All contributions are welcome and will be considered. We would also be pleased to receive suggestions you may have for relevant content.
The Hedge is printed on 100% post consumer waste recycled paper by Footprints, a small ecologically minded workers cooperative.