Dr. Larry Buell, founder of The University of the Wild teaches land history in the Swift River Valley. 


The University of the Wild educates and empowers emerging leaders to live and learn in connection and harmony with Earth and all life. This is done through advanced living and learning programs. We collaborate with similar mission-driven organizations, individuals, as well as local and international universities and colleges to help create personal and global transformation for all that seek it.  


Present Priority: UofWIld is collaborating with Earthland Community Land Trust (ECLT) to assist the Native American Nipmucks Tribe in purchasing 30 acres of land located at Earthalnds.  Please help by donating today.

Oct.14 - 25
UofWild Networking at West Coast Symposiums 
~ Our Special Projects Coordinator, Anthony Brogno, will be representing UofW at the Ocean Planet Conference and Bioneers Conference in California. He will also be meeting with existing supporters of UofW, and expanding our ever growing network of partners & supporters on the West Coast.
If you're based on the West Coast U.S. and would like to learn more about UofW, feel free to get in touch with Anthony at: brognotravel@gmail.com
Fall / Winter 2019, Thursdays at 8:30PM 
 UofWild will begin Earth-based Conference Calls/Pod Casts
Topics will include: Building Community; Local Food; Leadership; Wildcrafting; The Future of Education; Green Building.
If you're interested in speaking with us on the show please get in touch with Larry at: larry@uofwild.org
Thursday, October 24, 4:00PM
Building an Earth-based Community in an Age of Climate Change
Introduction to the Philosophy, Content, and Methods of Creating Community with Larry Buell. An afternoon seminar at the Petersham Unitarian Church Hall.
Saturday, November 9 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Creating a Sacred Stone Circle
Local stone masons work with volunteers on the skill and technique of placing stone.

Attention: Leaders, Educators, & Activist 


We invite you to join the leadership team of Semester on Earth

“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.” -Robert Swan, author and explorer

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Address: 73 Glasheen Road, Petersham, MA 01366

Tel: (978) 724-3428   |  Email: larrybuell@universityofthewild.org

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