Free woodland skills and bushcraft course, Sep 23

Into the Wild is an innovative experiential programme for the development of self-knowledge and the development of knowledge of the natural environment. Combining psychotherapeutic, anthropological and ecological exploration, this programme provides nature-based experiential learning in London’s wild spaces.

Our next course starts on Saturday September 23. Supported by Croydon Council, we have 10 free places for young people aged 16 to 25.

    • Become a tracker…learn how to identify animals from the signs they leave behind; footprints, feeding signs and dropping
    • Become a natural navigator…learn how to find your direction using plants; animals and the elements
    • Become at home in nature…learn how to live in the wild and look after your basic needs; shelter, fire lighting, water purification and foraging.

For more information or to refer contact

Wild In The City is also seeking schools and community groups to arrange future session dates.

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