The Walk for the Wild in Mittweida in September was a huge success. The student’s performance exceeded all expectations and raised about 12,000 Euro. Hence almost 16,000qm of temperate rainforest are protected.
New Research Project – Biodiversity of the Tree Tops
Research projects are essential elements to our “Wisdom Seeker – Knowledge Keeper” expeditions. The environmental ambassadors prepare a topic of their own choice which they research comprehensively in Canada. After the expedition they analyze and interpret the collected data. mehr erfahren …
Schutz der Giganten – Jugendliche klettern und forschen im temperierten Regenwald Westkanadas
The „Kletterblatt“ – a magazine for treeclimbing – reports about the expedition 2018. In order to study the habitate treetops the climbers escalate their way up the giant trees…
Radeberger Schüler laufen für den kanadischen Regenwald
Report about the Walk for the Wild in Radeberg and information about the cooperation between the participating schools and Wilderness International.
German trip inspires a wild walk
An idea from German city of Dresden goes around the world – Canadian students run for the wilderness.
Sportler und Sponsoren für Wildnislauf gesucht
The newspaper DNN invites to the Wilderness Team Challenge 2016.
Biotop für Lößnitzgymnasium
20% of the money raised with the Walk for the Wild can be used by the schools for their own projects. Thereby the Lößnitzgymnasium built a „Green Classroom“.
Ein Stück Regenwald gerettet
The magazine „Abenteuer und Reisen“ about the cooperation between Wilderness International and Wikinger Reisen.
Rundendrehen für den Regenwald
An article from den newspaper DNN about the first Walk for the Wild in Radebeul and a new record.
Schüler laufen für den kanadischen Urwald
Announcing the first Walk for the Wild in Radebeul.