Well, what a moment. I'm really excited to able to say I have been given the opportunity to take The Wild Network forward as Director, I can't wait to get stuck in. I want to thank David, The Green Lions, the founder members of the network and everyone involved in creating and starting this movement. My aim now is to
The Wild Network
The Wild Network is a collaboration of organisations committed to tackling the issues raised in the film. We exist to champion and support connection with nature and wildness in children and young people.
If you're an organisation working with wildness, the outdoors, outdoor play, outdoor education, or nature reconnection and want to get involved then please join us on the journey
Latest Wild Network News
Wild Organisation Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park
“Tower Hamlets is a borough of extremes – immense wealth and immense poverty, the green agenda can get pushed out,” says Ken Greenway, manager of
Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, the only woodland park in the borough.
“The park is unique to the lives of children who only know busy roads and cramped housing.”
Volunteer Wild Hero: Julie Merrett RSPB Avalon Marshes
Spend a day on the Somerset Levels with Julie Merrett and you won’t just be building random dens, but fox dens, otter holts, badger setts. “Badger dens are
quite complicated,” she says, “they have lots of rooms.” Or you might be playing a cryptic identification game, following clues left on fence and finger posts