Wild Work – Biodiversity Services for Business

Nature is everybody’s business!

Wild Work creates connections, ecologically, and between business and community; while bringing wonderful wildness back into people’s everyday lives.

We invite the business community to practically engage with Wild Work to:

  • Make connections and understand the practical impact of aligning your company’s mission to working with nature and people in your industry and local community
  • Connect your company to practical projects, education and awareness raising
  • Benefit from Wild Work expertise and experience in managing and implementing practical
    projects
  • Get business and employees involved with an approach that works for you.

Check out Wild Work practical projects here.

We need the wild and the wild needs you!

To discuss how your business can best partner with Wild Work, contact info@wildwork.ie

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