We invite you to visit some of the many groups and individuals who together spin a strong web of life. The listing is alphabetical. If you are interested in having your link posted, please use the contact form at the bottom of this page.
Cherry Hill Seminary is the world’s first Pagan seminary, offering quality higher education and practical training in Pagan ministry. It is the first and only graduate-level education program for Pagan philosophy, practice, and skilled ministerial work in the modern world. It offers online distance-learning classes, regional workshops and intensive retreats.
Our member, Kira’s, beautiful artwork was recently featured as a part of the Chatham County Community Read.
Sage Goode is one of our most important influences, as initiator and beloved teacher for many of our Dragon’s Cauldron folks. She is co-founder of the Crossroads Mystery School, offering a unique blending of the Reclaiming and F(a)eri(e) traditions.
Through her business, Herbs from the Labyrinth, our friend, Sarah Campbell, offers organic herbal body-care products (including creams, salves, bath salts & soaps), herbal healthcare and wellness products (including tinctures & syrups), and herbal ceremonial products (including dream pillows, dried herbs and sweetgrass braids). All are made by hand in small batches, with awareness of lunar and seasonal cycles.
M. Macha NightMare is a renowned author, teacher, Priestess and co-founder of the Reclaiming tradition. Among her many works are Pagan Pride: Honoring the Craft and Culture of Earth and Goddess; and she co-wrote the indispensable, beautiful Pagan Book of Living and Dying.
Raft Swamp Farms, our member, Jackie’s, life work of building sustainable agriculture, environmental stewardship, and creative expression into the heart of new family farms.
The Raleigh Fruitcakes is a group of Queer-Identified Pagans and allies who aim to serve as a bridge between the LGBTQ and Pagan communities in ways that support, educate, and celebrate our fabulous diversity! They offer many events, including regular Queering the Quarter Moon Rituals.
The main website for the Reclaiming Witchcraft Tradition.
SEEDS is a Durham-based non-profit community garden whose goal is to teach people to care for the earth, themselves and each other through a variety of garden-based programs. We are helping them build a public seven-circuit labyrinth and garden at their Leigh Farm site.
SpiralHeart is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing education & training in the Reclaiming Tradition style of Witchcraft. SpiralHeart serves the mid-Atlantic region.
Starhawk, a noted activist, Witch and writer, is one of the Reclaiming Collective’s founders.
To express an interest in posting a link on this page, please complete the below contact form, including a brief description of the link’s content as well as the URL you wish to post.