The setup of Wild Thickets is simple: Each month, 20 or so curators come together across the city of Vancouver and beyond to deliver a lovingly-gathered parcel into inboxes which explores the latest in rewilding. 

By rewilding, we look to both natural and human-built ecosystems - those messy places across nature and culture which George Monbiot refers to as “the rewilding of our own lives”.

These tales do not view wilderness as a mythical place where nature is separate from everything else. We've been there before, and we know all too well where it leads. Instead, we hunt for stories of wildish repair and celebration, where more-than-human networks meet.

Along these terrains, an archive is emerging. Let’s move with care. 