A Rewilding Project

For the last 8 years we have been working with a 65-acre block of land near Melbourne, Australia. This beautiful piece of land was cleared in the 19th century for cattle farming. By simply resting the land from cattle farming for the last 8 years we have seen an explosion of flora and fauna.  The block now supports abundant birdlife including cockatoos, owls, eagles and kookaburras, along with new wild life including koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, platypuses, snakes, frogs, and many more.  Seeing the land regenerate itself has been very encouraging and inspiring.  

“When you arrive in Wild Dog Valley, we invite you to enter into a deeply embodied dialogue with the land and all that is there. We invite you to explore your being beyond the boundary of your skin. Let the land, the trees, the birds, the creek and insects know who you are, and why you’ve come. Let them tell you a little about themselves.”

The work of Wild Mind is informed by the sense that a deep personal experience of relationship with the natural world is the key to healing and wholeness for both individuals and the earth. We are working to create a place that encapsulates the values of the Wild Mind - a place where we enter into a deeply reciprocal relationship with the land - tending to it, and learning from it.