About Wild Heritage

Wild Heritage can draw on over 40 years combined experience providing outdoor learning and heritage interpretation. We have worked on a huge range of environmental education and visitor experience programmes in several countries including the UK, New Zealand and the U.S.A. We’ve worked for National Parks, Forestry services, research institutes, field study centres and countryside services. Wild Heritage was set up in 2013 by Sally Mitchell and Jim Mitchell.

 About us:

Sally delivers our learn and discover programmes. ‘I’ve been working in the field of environmental and conservation education since 1997 and specialise in outdoor learning in school grounds and visits to the New Forest National Park by both schools and visitors. I spent 10 years as a Forestry Commission New Forest Ranger, and I continue helping people find out about the Forest’s history, traditions, wildlife and management through my work with Wild Heritage’,

  • Member of the New Forest Educator’s Forum
  • Forestry Commission learning provider
  • Hampshire County Council Outdoor Leader trained
  • Forest School trained
  • Enhanced DBS checked, valid first aid certificate, public liability Insurance
  • Risk assessment trained

Sally is supported by Jim, who advises on heritage interpretation and visitor experience work.

  • Member and Trustee of the Association for Heritage Interpretation
  • Certified Interpretive Planner (National Association of Interpretation)
  • Forest School Leader level 3 qualification
  • Valid first aid certificate