Prince Harry has been busy this week visiting the Chatham Green Project in Essex, Britain.
The conservation initiative is run by the Wilderness Foundation in Chatham Green. The Prince joined pupils from a local school who were taking part in a ‘Survival and Nature Connection’ nature immersion programme.
The Wilderness Foundation is a Social Welfare, Conservation and Education Charity transforming lives using Nature. Recent graduates of the Turn Around Project shared their experiences with the Prince and how it changed their lives.
An average of 83% of the project’s graduates enter further education or employment and sustain this into the future. Prince Harry’s work in conservation has been dedicated to the education of young people with the hope of getting them engaged with conservation issues.