Woodland Living Skills
Learn how to live in harmony with the natural world. We teach traditional skills and provide experiences in the techniques and worldviews of our ancestors including; natural navigation, tracking, wildlife identification, carving, basketry, foraging, fire by friction, shelter, wild cooking, camp hygiene.
Our relaxed and friendly events are a great way to learn about different kinds of natural habitat and the wildlife that lives there. Want to be able to pick out an Oak from a Sycamore, hear the difference between a Blackbird and a Buzzard? Our wildlife safaris are a great way to get to know some of the 15,000 species that are our neighbours in London; Birdwatching, Tree and plant identification, Bat walks, Glowworm hunts and more…
We facilitate therapeutic groups, immersion and attunement in nature, using time in nature to support well-being and build community.
We are one of the first organisations to conduct in-depth ethnographic research exploring people of colour’s relationship with nature in the UK. We provide consultancy about race and inclusion within the environmental field.