About

My name is Rachel – I’m a freelance writer and soil advocate.

I spent years working as a freelance adventure and outdoors writer as I cycled, hitchhiked, and wild camped around the world. I felt a lot of despair about the future of planet earth, and I kept running as fast as I could to avoid the sense of impending doom.

But I kept crossing these incredible people that were healing the land with permaculture, agroforestry, and regenerative agriculture. I met off-gridders, foragers, and organic farmers.

Inspired by these amazing human beings, I made a pledge to dedicate the rest of my life to helping people and the planet.

I’d be honored to tell your story.

Find out how it works here!

RESEARCH AND TRaining

Soil Advocacy.

I trained in Soil Advocacy through Kiss The Ground. From water restoration to carbon sequestration and human and bovine nutrition, we covered a lot of ground!

Writing.

My articles have been published in leading publications like Lonely Planet, The London Metro, and Your Horse Magasine. I was the lead writer for The Camper Lifestyle and Play Iceland before I decided to become a full time soil writer.

Soil Food Web.

I studied soil microbiology and microscopy at Elaine Ingham’s Soil Food Web School. I spend my freetime studying soil under my microscope. (Who said there’s nothing to do in the countryside!)

Permaculture.

Thanks to my travelling days, I have hands on experience growing fruit and veg in organic farms and homesteads all over Europe. I’m also an experienced horse woman.

Let’s tell your story to the world!

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