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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

Project Wild Thing at Camp Bestival 2015

After such a wild, roaring success this year (there were queues to get amongst the forest fun!), Project Wild Thing and partners from The Wild Network will be heading back deep to the heart of a magical, lush forest at Camp Bestival from July 30 to August 2, 2015 at Lulworth Castle. There are opportunities for additional Wild Network partners

Why we should make London a National Park

Earlier in the year I walked from Kings Wood in Croydon to High Barnet. The purpose of my walk was to celebrate London Tree Week by crossing the city from South to North while remaining under as much canopy cover as I could. With over 8 million trees across 65,000 woodlands, London is the world's largest urban forest and trekking

Project Wild Thing storms Canada!

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