The Wilderness Archive needs support from angel philanthropists who believe that our relationship with nature needs to fundamentally change, through a radical rethinking of the way we understand and care for it and a renewed focus on interconnectedness. As a supporter you will have a chance to explore new sites with us, participate in our residencies, contribute to the building of archives and help us develop a far reaching programme of public and institutional engagement. If you would like to discuss how you can support the Wilderness Archive please do get in touch.

Advisory Board

We deeply value new perspectives and experience. If you share our ethos and you are a leader in your field, we would love to hear from you. At this time we are particularly looking for prospective Board members with experience in community engagement and philanthropic fundraising. Advisory board roles require a minimum engagement of 1 day a month and are taken on a voluntary basis.


The Wilderness Archive aims to explores issues relating to conservation on a global scale, in all parts of the world. As an internationally situated project, we are always on the look out for new locations where more can be learned through a dialogue between wilderness and humanity. Please reach out if you would like to host an archive or suggest a location.

Research and Engagement Partners

The Wilderness Archive is looking to collaborate with individuals or cultural and educational institutions, public and private, who have a particular focus on wilderness and the environmental impact of human activity. We are always looking for partners who can us help build future archives, engage in collaborative research, contribute content and co-develop initiatives to engage audiences around the world. Please contact us if you or your organisation would like to play a role within the Wilderness Archive.

Residency Participants 

Encouraging and supporting creative responses is what makes the Wilderness Archive different from traditional forms of knowledge creation and preservation. We are looking for talented individuals with experience working across disciplines and an established practice: artists, scientists, conservationists, curators, policy makers, writers, teachers, filmmakers, dancers, healers, chiefs, chefs, and more are invited to become part of the project as contributors or participants in our forthcoming residencies. Please contact us if you wish to submit an expression of interest.