Brunswick Bush School is not a school, but a Nature Adventure program based on the fast growing Wilderness Awareness Movement in the United States. Pioneered by such people as Tom Brown Junior who has written many books on Wilderness Survival, the most famous being 'The Tracker'. Other pioneers include Richard Louv who wrote the best selling book 'The Last Child in the Woods' and coined the phrase 'Nature Deficit Disorder'. Jon Young is another pioneer who has inspired many wilderness schools in the States and also published books on wilderness connection. All of these people have tapped in to a deep hunger in the population; a deep desire to re-connect with Nature. Many parents are very concerned about the disconnection of their children from their natural surrounds and wish to change the trajectory that society is sending them on. This is certainly what inspires us and why Brunswick Bush School was formed.

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We at Brusnwick Bush School see this as a growing movement and wish to offer this type of program to all children and adults who wish to re-engage with their natural surrounds and connect with nature.