Project Wild Thing's first trip to Canada has been a great success and provided lots of wild opportunities for Ashley and David, who kicked off their trip with the Canadian film premiere at Marda Loop Justice Film Festival in Calgary. The screening went really well, with over 170 people turning up to watch the film. It was followed by a
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What’s your first memory of nature? Feeding the ducks in the park, perhaps;
exploring a rockpool on a summer holiday; skipping through piles of leaves in
an autumn wood; building a snowman? Whatever it is, the chances are that
as you recall it now, it reminds you of a happy, carefree childhood.
Many of us have kept our love of nature
We’re on a mission to make towns across the country go wild! We reckon that our town, like many throughout the land, has an array of hidden wild gems; underused woodlands and meadows, right within the urban sprawl. You’ll find a few kids in the designated play areas, but rarely do you find these fledgling humanoids in the wild spaces.