Winter Witchcamp is rooted in the Reclaiming tradition of witchcraft. The Reclaiming tradition was founded in the Bay area in approximately 1979 and has spread around the globe, with regional communities throughout North America, Europe and Australia. For more information about the tradition, please visit

The Principles of Unity is the statement of core values at the heart of the Reclaiming tradition.

Links to other sites of interest

Upper Mississippi River Reclaiming  –  Community of Reclaiming in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St Paul, closest to Winter Witchcamp

Reclaiming WitchCamp Council Website  –  Lists many Reclaiming WitchCamps around the world and also Reclaiming Communities around the world

Reclaiming Quarterly  – The Magazine for Witchcraft and Magical Activism

Witches’ Voice  –  NeoPagan News/Networking on the Net since 1997

Jennifer Byers’ Blog  –  Jennifer is a past continuity teacher at Winter Witchcamp (2014-2016) and lives in the Twin Cities

Teri Parsley Starnes’ Website  –  Teri is a past continuity teacher (2004-2006) and weaver (2010-2012) at Winter Witchcamp and is an astrologer in the Twin Cities

Starhawk’s Website  –  Reclaiming witch, author and teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area

Starhawk’s Blog

Angela Magara’s Blog  –  Angela Magara was a Reclaiming witch and teacher, beloved of many in the Winter Witchcamp community, who died on September 15, 2017. She had been our continuity teacher from 2012 to 2014.

Donald L. Engstrom-Reese’s Website  –  Long-time Reclaiming witch and teacher in the Twin Cities. Has been a teacher at Winter Witchcamp.

Gerri Ravyn Stanfield’s Website  –  Reclaiming witch and healer, has been a teacher at Winter Witchcamp.

Expanding Inward  –  Team of facilitators and teachers including River Roberts, who has been a teacher at Winter Witchcamp. This team creates, facilitates and celebrates opportunities to gather in a safe, supportive and healthy community context, encouraging deeply personal positive life transformation through Earth-based, ecstatic ritual.