2025 Earth Pathways Diary


Earth Pathways Diary 2025, Inspiring our connection to the land

Connect with your wild, elemental self!

Deepen your relationship with the seasonal year through inspiring art, photography, poetry, and prose.

  • A full-colour, Inspirational, week-to-view Diary.

Celebrating the work of atists and writers who share a deep love for the land and a desire to live with appreciation and responsibility for this beautiful planet. Full of magical words and images inspired by a deep love for the Earth and positive environmental change. Hopeful, heart-led and celebratory, our 2025 edition not only looks good on the outside, it will make you feel good inside too!

The 2025 Earth Pathways Diary is more than just a diary, it is a networking resource and inspiration for the growing community of people who are willing to actively create positive change in their lives for the benefit of the Earth.

The Earth Pathways Diary 2025 journeys through the seasonal cycle of the year, with a focus on each of the Earth Festivals. The 2025 Earth Pathways Diary includes the lunar and calendar dates for the eight Earth Festivals, UK sunrise and sunset times, UK moonrise and moonset times, The phases of the Moon and the Moon astrological signs and some astrological information.

  • UK bank holidays
  • Month-to-view planners
  • a year planner for 2026
  • Notes pages
  • A directory of contributors
  • A5
  • Lie-flat, spiral bound
  • 144 full-colour pages
  • Printed in the UK on Arctic Matt Carbon-Balanced FSC paper with vegetable inks.

Our awesome cover art this year is by Sheffield- based artist Cath Dunn. “In this painting ’Wind, Higgar Tor’, the use of colour represents the joy I feel when Higgar Tor comes into sight. The patterns in the paint capture the strength of the pull towards its summit and the rhythms of the grasses and sky, although stylised, capture the wildness of the area and the elemental nature of the weather and the land.

Walking in the Peak District is special to me. I love the feeling of the wind in my hair and the rough terrain under my feet and, although difficult to believe, Higgar Tor lies just within the Sheffield City boundary. It is one of the 95 Ethels in the Peak District named after an early environmental campaigner Ethel Haythornthwaite.

For me, Higgar Tor symbolises the Dark Peak with its gritstone edges and ancient hillfort nearby, its mix of heather, rock and windswept grasses. The shape and cadences of the land have a strong magnetic effect, pulling me to climb up to the ridge and reach for the sky. These are all feelings I try to portray in my paintings.”

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