We are excited to announce a a new collaboration between Treesponsibility and Live Wild. We have created an opportunity for a whole weekend of deep connection, relaxation and nature immersion along with an opportunity to give something back to the earth by spending part of the time planting trees restoring the natural habitat of the area and
How can we inspire a culture of Nature Connection? that was the question posed at a gathering I attended in a swanky gallery in London last week. Not the usual setting for nature connection activities and not the usual people actually. There was a wonderfully diverse array of participants, ranging from bankers and business men
Highly recommend this club. Our kid’s been twice and LOVES it! This morning he was super exited about it. Thank you to all you hardworking people who run this. It’s no mean feat engaging children for so long! – Hena Chowdbury Just wanted to let you know that the boys had brilliant day in the
Thanks to everyone who came and supported our Sustainable Celebration. We had a really lovely festive morning, with music, fire, mulled apple juice, wood craft and lots of wonderful people! Special thanks to volunteers who gave their time to make it possible.
Everybody busy at the first LiveWild skill share for outdoor leaders held in Nutclough woods on 13/06/15. New tools, new skills, new friends. What a lovely day!
Our final day of Wildlings Easter Holiday Club was fun and busy! We sawed and split wood for the fire, played a blindfolded ‘meet your tree’ game and went on a foraging walk to collect edible plants. The children then learnt to use a kelly kettle to boil water and made teas from the foraged
Hail wind and mud but being survivors and making nettle and wild garlic pesto kept everyone warm!
Another beautiful Spring Day in the Woods. This time we were looking at bones and making clay animals along with the all important den building and other exciting nature connection and bushcraft activities. Highly recommend this club. Our kid’s been twice and LOVES it! This morning he was super exited about it. Thank you to
This is what we got up to in Paupers Wood with the young adventurers this weekend: thankfully the rain held off despite the ominous weather forecast. It’s been a while since we’ve done any felting and there is something magic about the way felt transforms. We made beautiful little eggs and nests for them to
Another brilliant day in Knott Wood, we made feather quills to write with explored in the woods and caves and learnt how to whittle roasting sticks to cook our foraged snacks over the fire!