Bushcraft, survival, wild camping, bushcraft meet in County Durham Northeast England
Join Friends of Finchale
If you don't want a full membership then why not a full wild camping and bushcraft moot membership then why not become a friend of Finchale and find out about exclusive days in our woodland. We maybe be doing a litter pick but we will have a big BBQ after or teach people about the myths and legends of the trees as work within the land. Subscribe for event dates or join and become a member to wild camp and enjoy the Durham Bush Moot for FREE!
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Welcome to our Conservation Project Page
Northern Wilderness has had a on going conservation project at Finchale Woodland since 2013 where our role is to clean the woodland, manage the land and plant new trees as the old trees reach the end of there lives.
We are always looking for help with our project work and we do this through our mailing list for our "Friends of Finchale" mailing list.
Northern Wilderness Bushcraft is a none profit conservation
project. Its the only one of its kind in the UK. To fund our conservation
project we host a monthly bushcraft moot or meet with wild camping and outdoor
activities along with camp cooking. We also allow schools and groups to book
with all money raised going back in to our conservation project to help us take
care of the land, manage the woodlands on the site and clean them up from fly
tippers and many years of manmade abuse.
It also helps us to project the land from fox hunters to
people that want to hunt for fun and kill our wildlife.
We also like to invest the money in to new tree planting and
habitats for the wild life along with creating a safe learning wilderness site
with wild camping. We do all of this via our bushcraft and wilderness club and
the site is controlled by the club members through volunteering and not just volunteering
we actually pay our own money in to the club to make sure we can keep our club
alive as sadly there are no kind of grants we can get as the land is private so
the only way we can heal the land is via our woodland conservation project and monthly