Here we highlight small nature-related businesses and individual projects who have been involved in past and present Nature's Gold issues
Staying connected through nature.
INTERNATIONAL GOLD PINS
Let's help small environmental businesses & projects around the world to thrive in 2021.
Click on the links below to find out more about each project!
Alicia is a wildlife photographer, artist, writer, filmmaker and is currently studying Biology at Oxford University.
She has recently released a book of poems & art 'Rain before Rainbows'.
50% of the profits are being donated to Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital.
BRITT GILLMAN OF PINE + CLOVER APOTHECARY
Britt Gillman of Pine + Clover Apothecary is a herbalist who uses herbs from her local lands of her home and the Ottawa Valley. Everything is sourced ethically, promoting the connection to nature, our health and the rhythm of the seasons.
BE CURIOUS BEINGS PODCAST
Be Curious Beings is a podcast discussing all aspects of conservation science.
CLIMATE CRISIS HUB
Climate Crisis Hub was founded to find creative ways in which to discuss the topic of climate change.
The Climate Crisis Film Festival was first showcased at the Deptford Cinema in South London.
"The Climate Crisis Film festival has made their film library available for video on demand streaming. Watch inspiring films from around the world on the streaming service for climate activism."
JESS SPOONER OF REWILD WELLNESS
Jess is a wilderness & eco-mindset coach working in Newfoundland + Labrador.
"Rewild Wellness is a leader in forest therapy, outdoor life-coaching, and wilderness hiking adventures"
Website: Rewild Wellness (link below)
SEA CHANGE PROJECT
Sea Change Project, a South African nonprofit working to protect the Great African Sea Forest, won Best Feature Film at EarthxFilm 2020 with their documentary “My Octopus Teacher”.
Sea Change Project was co-founded by Craig Foster and Ross Frylinck.
Xploregaia is a husband and wife team based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
It is a social enterprise to conduct research and conservation work on endangered hornbills.
Nick Bartrum is a British wildlife photographer based in Norfolk, England. He also writes for his blog 'The Fenland Wanderer.'
His fine art prints are available to purchase on his website.