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Into the Wild: A Bush-Craft Survival Weekend
Lara Barge • Published April 2016

Follow Alice as she finds out how to survive in the wild and learns what it’s like to be fully immersed into the natural world. Into the Wild is a weekend bush-craft immersion experience of natural living skills and deep nature connection run by Wild Nature.

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Mud Mud Glorious Mud, Nothing quite like it
Lara Barge • Published April 2016

What if we are designed to survive in this world? Could that be possible?

All other species on the planet are born on the dirt and seem to thrive! What makes us any different. I'm not suggesting that we all go and give birth in a pile of earth or take our new borns out and smother them in dirt. My desire is to find a healthy balance and a sustainable solution. Sustainable emotionally and health wise.

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Forests improve your Health
Lara Barge • Published April 2016

If you are lucky enough to be near a woodland or forest, then that is the place to be. Although being out in nature anywhere has amazing affects on our wellbeing, time in a forest takes it to a whole new level. Our immune systems are drastically boosted with exposure to forests.

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Children Running Free
Lara Barge • Published March 2016

I look back at my childhood and remember running through fields and woodland on my way home from school. And school holidays I was out all day with friends and cousins running wild along river beds, making dens and climbing trees.

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Rites of Passage Funding
Lara Barge • Published March 2016

Its your support that makes this work possible! D you feel inspired to support our Rites of passage camps? We have set up a funding page to enable people to make donations to fund places for those who cant afford it.

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The DOs and DON’Ts of Foraging
Robert Fallon • Published February 2016

Here are some key pointers when you’re out for a forager’s bimble!

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Pesto Time
Lara Barge • Published January 2016

It's Pesto time!!! Spring is on it's way. Lush greens are coming back in full force. Nettles! Wild Garlic! And so much more. It's all out there if you look. Here's what I like to do with my wild greens.

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Acorns Acorns Acorns!
Robert Fallon • Published November 2015

Did you know you can eat them?!?! Well you can!!! In many countries around the world and in different cultures acorns are eaten as a major part of their staple diet.

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Foraging
Lara Barge • Published September 2015

Foraging has become more and more popular in recent years, with a massive increase in media coverage. And celebrity chefs heading outside to find their ingredients, and sharing the importance of locally sourced and home grown produce. This has more recently moved into the wilderness for foraged ingredients.

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Honey Infusions
Robert Fallon • Published July 2015

Home made herbal honey remedies.
 
Making herbal honey infusions is a great way of bringing herbal remedies into your home home, and delicious too.

In the olden days honey was often used in kitchens as a preservative, and used for remedies before distillation came about. You can make it with all sorts of different herbs.

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Rights to Rites
Robert Fallon • Published March 2015

Robert Fallon blogs about Wildnature’s Rites of Passage Camps (2015) for boys and girls. 

How and when did you “become” an adult? Who guided you? Did you celebrate or cringe in a corner when someone called you a “teenager”? If you are a parent, how will you mark your child’s journey into adulthood? I had no initiation into adulthood…it created problems for me, but also led to the drive I now feel to bring Rites of Passage into the mainstream for boys and girls.

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A monthly wild to do list from Wildnature
Kate Griffiths • Published March 2015

Easter Holidays are just a few weeks away. Give your child the gift of a Wildnature adventure. Our holiday clubs are very popular so book soon. Wildnature offers a variety of fun but purpose rich activities delivered by Robert and his team. Want some quality family time? Parents are always welcome to join their children on our holiday camps.

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Ready to face your wild side?
Caspar Brown • Published March 2015

Caspar Brown blogs about Wildnature’s BIG news. The Wildnature Into the Wild Weekend in April – and the Year long Quest Programme.

Are you ready for a life changing, deep immersion experience? Wanting to answer some big questions in your life? The Into The Wild weekend is for those looking for an introduction to Bushcraft and Wildnature trainings, or those simply seeking a time of inspiration, recharging and repurpose in one’s life. An opportunity to learn ancient skills and practices, developing a deeper sense of connection to oneself, to others and the natural world.

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Wildnature Competition
Robert Fallon • Published March 2015

Wildnature competition. You are our Wildnature Community. Adults, young people, children. For this month we want your help with our Family Wild Days, celebrations and birthday parties. Take a look at what we offer and dream of the warm days ahead…we want a drawing, a photo or a story of what your PERFECT WILDNATURE DAY would look like.

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