The natural thread linking our learning together is Permaculture, taking nature as the teacher. Permaculture is a design system based on the observation of natural ecosystems that can help us create harmonious, resilient and beneficial human systems (https://www.permaculture.org.uk/)
Back in 2009, and again in 2016 leading up to the first Sark Roots festival, we held the ‘Introduction to Permaculture’ course led by teacher Aranya (www.designedvisions.com) which kicked off learning at WildGuernsey. Since then Wildfood foraging has become the heart of WildGuernsey, with regular meetings of like-minded folk on the Island to build community and skills. We look forward to The Sark Roots festival in September 2017
Duke of Edinburghs Award: The site is an ideal location close to Pleinmont for walking and tucked away surrounded by green lanes and paths, making getting to us even more of an adventure. The site is natural and allows the young people to experience true WildCamping.
Guides and Scouts Activities: We have run a foraging and outdoor cooking experience to visiting scout groups and groups camping so give us a call if you need something different and affordable for your group.
WildGuernsey can also offer packages tailored to the specific requirements of groups up to 12. Examples include:
- A healing group taking a break together
- Family breaks with fire craft, wildfood and earth education activities
- Corporate team building
- Walking groups wanting to be close to the cliffs and unspoilt south coast
- A surprise birthday or anniversary weekend
- Star gazers
- Artists inspired by seascapes
- Surfers looking for that alternative camping pad.
The type of program we can put together is limited only by imagination….we can arrange a week full of sea and land based activities.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Also, see our WildCamping for glamping.