Welcome to WildGuernsey.

Safari Tent2You can stay on the land with our Wildcamping including our new Safari tent from April until the end of September, join us for Wildfood foraging or look to 2016 for what we can offer you then. The food festival runs from 18th-25th September and along with our Sept early booking discount of 30% we are offering a wood fire breakfast of pikelets (pancakes) and hot chocolate for £6 per person, and a ‘Fire and forage workshop’ for £20 for 2 hours per person (making fire, finding wild food and sampling wild treats).

We held the first Permaculture Gathering on Sunday 3rd May 2015 WildGuernsey Permaculture gathering – short details, which was also Beltane and The International Permaculture day(tickets) … the aim to bring a hub of like-minded people together, growing community. Lucinda Warner, herbalist, naturopath and Nature lover (http://whisperingearth.co.uk/about/) will be holding a ‘Natures medicine chest’ workshop in 2016 (details to follow).

What is Wild Guernsey?

Wild Guernsey is a growing educational and sustainable agricultural land project, run by myself (Tara) and D’Arcy, with our sons Hugo and Humphrey. We are living a low-impact lifestyle adopting a land-based, simple, localised lifestyle that works with the land and with natural cycles. We want to re-connect to the land & share this knowledge with those who wish to join us. We run Workshops & Wild foraging courses, offer Wildcamping on the land and sell our produce at the farmers Markets and through a Community Supported Foraging (CSF) scheme.  Profits that we make are re-invested in the project.

Our ethos

Wild Guernsey is run along the permaculture principles of earthcare, fairshares, and people care. We are stewards of the environment around us and want to learn how to adapt to living with what we have, and to live for our needs and not our greed.  Read more about our ethos here.

What we can offer

  • A place to be quiet with nature, to observe and interact with it.
  • A place to share skills and knowledge to equip ourselves for the changing environmental challenges.
  • A place to invest time into and reap rewards from the land.