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My Wilderness Collection

Introducing

The Craig Foster scarves

A beautiful new collaboration between Redrhino Wilderness Scarves and Craig Foster, maker of "My Octopus Teacher" and co-founder of the Sea Change Project.

Through Foster's lens, extraordinary images taken in his beloved great African Sea forest adorn two stunning scarves created in his name.

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My Wilderness Collection

Introducing

The Craig Foster scarves

A beautiful new collaboration between Redrhino Wilderness Scarves and Craig Foster, maker of "My Octopus Teacher" and co-founder of the Sea Change Project.

Through Foster's lens, extraordinary images taken in his beloved great African Sea forest adorn two stunning scarves created in his name.

It is time to embrace the greatest movement of all time.
Saving planet Earth.

Redrhino creates nature-inspired scarves to support the Lapalala Wilderness School in Limpopo, South Africa. A beacon of hope, the school educates our future environmental leaders in conservation and sustainability. Our planet is depending on them.

The Lapalala Wilderness school educators work, live and breathe environmental education. This close-knit team of educators teach up to sixty new learners, from disadvantaged rural villages, how to deal with environmental issues they face at home, such as water pollution, soil erosion, vegetable garden pests and so much more.

Enviro Vito, here modelling the Jane Goodall scarf at Lapalala.

Enviro Vito, after some of them attended the Lapalala Wilderness School, started a community eco project to help villages to solve environmental issues such as polluted water and waste management.

Latest Update from the Lapalala Wilderness School

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