Wild (FREE) Webinar
[Tuesday 4th October - Online on Zoom - 19:45]

This webinar is for anyone who might feel a little uncomfortable in the world (who might be wondering if there's a better way of coexisting with all other plant life and animal life) and who might be curious about some wild, loving ideas to survive and thrive as part of our incredible, miraculous planet.

This 1 hour webinar is a brief starting point to living a little more wildly.  You will leave with lots of fresh ideas that you can put to good use (even if you decline to find out more about the Handbook and Consultation Services that I will occasionally be referencing, in order to better explain some of WW's current and future work and previous designs.)

In this 1 hour Wild Webinar we will be discussing:


Starting from scratch: we will chat about 'living wildly' (without sacrifice).  We'll start off our webinar making sure that we all understand what 'wild' and 'nature' really means and examining our human position within our world.

We'll be chatting about existing & coexisting with all other beings (humans and all other species) AND examples of wilder relationships that we can have.


I'll describe and explain the 'Wild Wonder Exercise' to everyone and make sure that everyone has the tools and understanding to take the exercise away with them and start practicing, to find out what it might be like to fall in love with the world around us even more. It's all about starting with the right mindset (mindset is EVERYTHING).


We'll be chatting about what a 'Happiness Hub' is, how it can be manifested and we'll be going through some helpful questions, for you to start thinking about how your exterior spaces can serve both your own desires and local wildlife...

A. What do I really want from this space, to benefit myself/my family/my pets?
B. Are there any spaces that I/we can give up to other species, for them to use?
C. Is there a way to collaborate with other species in these spaces?
Eg. Can I install Bird & Bat Bricks / Hedgehog Highways / Letting trees grow / Putting fresh water out every day & night / Letting plants self seed themselves and claim bits of territory for themselves?
D. What boundaries do I need to put in place? (Eg. I’d like to have wildlife only use the bottom of my garden and I’d like to keep the grass short near the house, to sunbathe on).


Thank you, you'll receive the zoom link 48hrs in advance and a reminder on the day.