ABOUT FARM WILDER
Farm Wilder is a Community Interest Company, a non profit organisation that works to make farming more sustainable and better for wildlife. It was founded in January 2019 by former BBC Natural History Unit executive producer Tim Martin, an award winning film maker and passionate naturalist, after years of frustration at the relentless decline of British wildlife.
Fellow director Luke Dale Harris is a former investigative environmental journalist who currently provides farm and policy advice with the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group. He is based in Dartmoor.
Simon Heppner is a non-executive director and is a founder and director of the Sustainable Restaurant Association, and a director at Good Business.
Rich Osborn is a non-executive director and is the Founder and CEO of the online ethical retailer fresh-range.
please donate to our conservation work
We're currently trying to raise funds to pay for our work in 2020 to bring back wildlife and reduce farms' carbon footprints. Our advisers visit farms, draw up biodiversity action plans, and support the transition to more sustainable pasture-fed farming methods. Your support will make a real difference to these wildlife friendly farms.
Farm Wilder is a non profit Community Interest Company, funded by grants, produce sales and donations.
Please support this campaign. It's part of a series of campaigns that are going to make a real difference to our countryside."
– Chris Packham
Thanks to David Knight and Ben Andrew for use of their fabulous bird photos, and to the RSPB Film Unit for natural history archive footage. All other photos and footage copyright Tim Martin.