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Where, how and why to get more nature into your life
STAY WILD is an inspirational book that invites you to disconnect from the day-to-day and reconnect with the great outdoors, to experience life fully immersed in nature and celebrate truly unique moments in the wild. It can get you craving the great outdoors, or make the perfect gift for the adventurer in your life.
The beautifully crafted, linen-finished book comprises stunning photography of our most spectacular places and thought-provoking essays from Birdgirl (Mya-Rose Craig), The Girl Outdoors (Sian Lewis), River Cottage chef Gill Meller and other writers, with a foreword by Emily Eavis. Between them they cover everything from inclusivity in environmentalism to nature's restorative power and the sheer joy of throwing yourself into water. Let them inspire you to live, think and stay wild.
“...take time to enjoy and appreciate the natural world. The countryside is there for all of us. Get out there. Use it, value it, cherish it.”
From the foreword by Emily Eavis, co-organiser of the Glastonbury Festival
Stay Wild gives you a tour of our most amazing spaces, from a mirror cube in Sweden to a treehouse with a mechanical roof in the forests of Northumberland. Each place is brought to life by professional photography that captures the unique magic of its setting and design.
The book features inspiring writing from a range of fascinating people. In the foreword, Glastonbury co-organiser Emily Eavis talks about the eco ethos and wild spirit at the heart of the world-famous festival. In the essays, Mya-Rose Craig (Birdgirl) talks inclusivity in nature, Sian Lewis (The Girl Outdoors) discusses the joy of adventure and Canopy & Stars writers David West and Chris Wilson-Elmes explore being bored and taking it slow. Jack Boothby enthuses about cabin life, psychotherapist Ruth Allen looks at nature’s mental health benefits and there's a mouth-watering dive into foraging with River Cottage chef Gil Meller.