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Pollination Nation

  On Thursday 21st March, we planted 300 British Native Wild Pollinator Plant, incorporating around 35 different species: another great collaboration with Sharon and Jen from Climate Action North, and assisted by a total of 4 staff and 4 Climate Action (CAN) http://www.climateactionnortheast.org.uk volunteers. http://www.climateactionnortheast.org.uk We planted 2 Wild Pollinator Beds, with Nectar plants with a wide range

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Bushcraft

Bushcrafts is the perfect ‘doorway’ to the wild in Wildcraft. There are many definitions out there, but for me, it is gaining respect, skills and awareness that will allow me, you (and anyone), to pass through that ‘doorway’ with confidence. By the ‘doorway’, I mean that part in our minds where we don’t know enough,

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Forest Skool and the Inner Child.

I am writing this as the dusky night is moving in. There’s a glow in the sky from the departing sun, now below the horizon, and still lighting the sky but now, not the earth. It’s a time of day that usually sees us moving inside, especially in the winter, but has so much to

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Get Back to Basics with Earth Education

  The term ‘Earth Education’ (EE) is probably nowhere as near familiar to most folk, than say ‘Outdoor’, ‘Nature’ or ‘Environmental’, Education, but its still underpins much that we do in those areas. Developed in the 70’s, and perhaps at its ‘height’ in the 80’s and 90’s, EE took a new path to learning about Nature.

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About Me and Wildcraft

My work is connected with who I am: it overlaps with what is my purpose, what I am good at and what I also love. What follows is the Journey of mine to get to Wildcraft, so you know where I am coming from (and going to). What follows is also going to be the

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