Lisa Willets of 'Lois Who' Waikuku Published in Metropol
Trish Coleman of Mumma T Trading Company, Amberley. Published in Latitude Magazine.
Sacha Vee neo-soul singer, founder and mentor at SOLE Academy, Christchurch. Published in Latitude Magazine.
Michael Northcote and his son Tom. Owner of Highfield historic Woolshed, Waiau. Published in Realfarmer magazine.
Kat Darry, NZ All black nutritionist. Published in Latitude Magazine.
Mez & Richard Power Romney Stud breeders in Hawarden. Winners of the 2018 NZ Hogget competition.
Marina Shearer, Psychologist, Coach, Consultant & Facilitator. Also owner of Rhododirect in Waiau.
Sara Heard Coach & Facilitator, Farm business Administrator in Waipara.
Kate Calder, Watercolour artist and farmer. Published in Metropol magazine.
Dan Hodgen Sheep & Beef farmer and Chair person of North Canterbury Federated Farmers. Published in Country wide Magazine.
Adam McGrath & members of Lyttleton band "The Eastern" at the Waipara Springs Summer festival. Published in Avenues magazine.
2 Raw Sisters, Margot & Rosa Flannagan. Young chefs using plant based foods for good health. Published in Latitude Magazine.
Jo and Stu are Managers of Mt Benger, Hurunui. Published in Young Country Magazine.
Bailey Graham, NZs Top Tap Dancer. Published in Latitude Magazine.
Antony Gough, who created and owns The Terrace's Hospitality Strip, in Christchurch. Published in Latitude Magazine.
Talented Singers Helen & Alison of Voices Co Academy, Christchurch. Published in Latitude magazine.
Deborah McCormick Executive Director of SCAPE Public Art, Christchurch. Published in Latitude Magazine.
Morrin Rout and Ruth Todd and their highly informative show called Bookenz broadcast weekly on Plains FM 96.9. Published In latitude Magazine.
Kaila Coblin of 'Ministry of Awesome'. Published in Latitude magazine.
Jo Mathieson Partnership Manager at AMP Financial Services.
Paul Deans, Painter and Sculptor and son of the late Austen Deans. Published in Latitude Magazine.
Hurunui District Landcare Catchment Advisors -Supporting Farmers in the Hurunui