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Learn From the Wild
Nature in all its glory has many lessons for every age. Lessons of sustenance, mindfulness, reliance, balance, risk, protection, and adventure are all lesson plans of the WILD in nature that we strive to introduce to people of all ages. Through learning about the WILD, we recognize the values and systems of nature. This instills a sense of pride and ownership as we understand the changes that we are responsible for effecting. As a result, we become better stewards of the environment and its inhabitants.
Capturing the imagination of young people through child-friendly materials like books and videos is an effective way to pique their interest. Love the Wild is the non-profit arm of Green Kids Club, and because of this relationship we are able to publish children’s books about environmental stewardship and animals.
We also work to provide learning adventures by partnering with other NGO’s, like-minded entities and schools to offer workshops and educational experiences about environmental systems and animal habitats.
We are continuously seeking support for the development of additional online curriculums for schools that can be employed globally. The goal is to connect students from different areas and walks of life and provide a connection between mentors, students and educators to impart lessons about environmental stewardship. To conduct this type of educational curriculum, we have created a google classroom. Our first Classroom Challenge launched with the theme of upcycling; check our What We Do page to browse and register for the latest challenges!
A Big Thank You to Our Sponsers
Sally White from, Howdy Sal, is supporting Love the Wild Foundation by giving part of the earnings from purchases of her products. We highly recommend that you check out some of her products either in our shop or on their website.
Jessica Becker is a fantastic artist who is selling their artwork through Etsy, and Jessica has created a painting that every sale of the, Love the Wild Foundation would receive 60% of the net profits. We appreciate the support and would ask everyone to look at the painting and the rest of her products as well. Click on the painting above to check it out at Jessica's store.
We are happy to say that Eric Thorsen has made a sculpture of Grizzly 399 and her cubs that will be available very soon. The cost of the sculpture is $5400 and a portion of the profits are going to be donated to Love the Wild. We believe that you should take a look when it becomes available, but in the meantime check out Eric's website and Etsy page.
Enjoy the Wild
Recreational use of public lands connects people with nature, promoting our well-being and environmental preservation. By enjoying the outdoors and utilizing designated trails, we can strike a balance between humans and nature. The Foundation prioritizes land preservation, advocating for park access, trail improvements, and responsible management.
Protect the Wild
Protecting the WILD will allow for enjoyment of the WILD. WILD Landscapes and WILD animals depend on our stewardship. Sharing about the “how” and “why” of good stewardship is critical in today’s world. By educating this generation about disruptive practices and policies of people, industry and land management, we will make people more aware of their responsibility to preserve the wild for future generations.
Our goal is to make our neighbors and future generations advocates for the wild. Through you, we will reach farther and wider.
Currently we are working with The Orangutan Project to protect one of the last lowland rainforests in Kalimantan, home to the largest remaining population of Critically Endangered Bornean orangutans – but we need your help! Donate here to support our cause.
Thank you for considering a gift to the Love the Wild Foundation. Your investment in the future of our wild animals and landscapes will play a big role in leaving an outdoor legacy for generations to come.