Learn more and grow with us or make a bold statement to stand up for our planet, our wildlife and better farming, choose the perfect plan to suit YOU.
We will show you the clear link between what we can eat to improve human health and how it has the potential to improve the health of our planet, helping to regenerate our land and wildlife.
Our innovative ‘wild woods’ research and development is totally new in conservation has exciting implications for accelerating the regeneration of wild spaces and natural habitats. Become a member and you’ll be the first to hear about our results. I hope you jump on board.” Georgia Wingfield-Hayes
Over the last few years I have become increasingly interested in the role of land management in affecting the health of our entire ecosystem. My particular interest and expertise lies in understanding the differences between the diseases and infections we see in truly wild animal populations, and those we see in our domesticated and captive species, and especially the complex relationships between disease, land management and human interventions.
We’re exploring the opportunity for reducing the need for medical intervention and nutritional supplementation in livestock that are managed in ways that mimic wild animal populations, and investigating valid ways of measuring outcomes of this approach.
Our team is interested in how many of these principles of livestock and land management could be applied to ourselves to improve our own human health and life experience. Ultimately we too are an animal species that has been taken out of its natural environment and it is little wonder that we struggle to evolve and adapt quickly enough to thrive. As a member you can find our more about our work and the progress we are making”
We like to do things differently. Rather than ask for a donation then hope you leave us alone, we want you to learn and grow with us then decide how YOU want to become involved.
As a member, you’ll get access to our member’s area which hosts our online training and our social platform where you can meet like-minded wild souls and chat to our team.
Members will receive weekly emails from our team, alternating between interesting and informative articles and exclusive opportunities. You can sign up to new onsite and online training events, get the chance to buy wild game and the meat from livestock reared in our Wilderculture approach, receive invitations to our free members only ‘wild weekends’, and get the chance to sign up for some of our amazing explorations and experiences a discounted rate.
As members, you can help us shape the projects we embark on and even be involved on a deeper level by either funding or helping with elements of our work. You could attend a free working holiday and learn how to thatch a bothy, you could become the proud sponsor of one of our wilderculture cattle and visit them on site to learn about their work, you could sponsor and train a Maasai warrior and see how their new way of grazing cattle is helping reverse desertification or you could offer to help us with your unique skills and become one of our Wilderculture ‘friends.’
With Wilderculture we’re on an exciting journey, we hope you’ll come along for the ride.” Stephen Grindrod
In ecology a ‘key stone species’ is a species that has a disproportionately large effect on the communities in which it occurs. Such species help to maintain local biodiversity within a community either by controlling populations of other species that would otherwise dominate the community or by providing critical resources for a wide range of species.
Historically, Homo-sapiens have taken their role as keystone species to destructive levels; our impact on our planet threatens our very existence. But it doesn’t have to be this way. We now have an opportunity to take on a new role in the ecosystem; a ‘conscious key stone species. Let’s do this together and play our role well. ’