Canterbury

Sam Wilson

From galloping after hounds and cantering around her stunning North Canterbury farm, to watching sunsets and chewing the fat over a gin with friends – Sam

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Nicky Ewins

A fearless over-achiever, Nicky Ewins (nee Inwood) has never let being a woman define her, deter her or hold her back from treading places where

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Keri Harrison

A former city girl who grew up Christchurch, Keri had always been captivated by animals and farming and had often dreamed of a rural life.

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Sarah Watson

Growing up on a lifestyle block near Springston, Sarah spent her childhood helping her dad with outside chores and dreaming of one day owning her

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Marina Shearer

When Marina married her farmer some 25 years ago, she was unsure of how her corporate background would merge with farm life. Coming from a

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Rebecca Hyde

With agriculture running through her veins, North Canterbury woman Rebecca Hyde has never considered being involved in any other industry. A prestigious Nuffield Scholar, Rebecca

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Mischa Clouston

Growing up in Central Otago, Mischa Clouston’s parents had their hands in many rural baskets including pig farming, entertaining, contracting, hospitality and nursing. Now a

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Penny Johns

A self-professed farmer’s daughter as well as a farmer’s wife, Penny’s connection to the land now lies in Culverden in New Zealand’s North Canterbury, where

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Sarah Perriam

Based in Christchurch and a leading face of New Zealand rural media, Sarah has been both in front of and behind the camera and microphone as an established rural radio and

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Claire Inkson

Curious, observant and spirited, Claire Inkson is an award-winning photographer, freelance writer and a mother of two in North Canterbury. A fierce advocate for starting conversations about

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