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Get Certified: CPR & First Aid Training to support Wild Earth

Published January 12th, 2023

An informational flier with a green fern background and the Wild Earth logo, which is a off-drawn yellow circle with the words 'wild earth' stacked inside. The L in wild is an upright feather. The information in the flier is just a visual representation of the information in the blog post below.


Wild Earth & Wild Med invite you to participate in a 21-day Challenge in 2023!


Through this CPR & First Aid course, you can get certified and also raise money for Wild Earth! (WIN-WIN!) 


The Challenge runs from February 1-21, 2023.

  • Learn to treat common illnesses & injuries that occur in nature

  • 10-15 minutes per day (21 total days)

  • 2 Live Skills Labs (via Zoom)

  • Certification issued upon completion

  • Cost: $97 (Proceeds benefit Wild Earth)


<<<Register Today!>>>


Reduce anxiety when outdoors!
Become more self-reliant!
Adventure with abandon!


We’re so grateful to have this opportunity to work with Wild Med to get more people certified in CPR/First Aid, which helps everyone feel more safe when spending time out in nature. We hope you’ll take advantage of this opportunity to get certified and raise money for Wild Earth!


Stay safe and healthy,
Wild Earth

Omari WashingtonOmari WashingtonOmari Washington, Executive Director

Omari Washington identified his purpose in 2004, during a backpacking & paddling trip above the Arctic Circle in Alaska. Despite emerging evidence, at that time few people were willing to believe climatologists’ warnings that humans were negatively impacting our planet. Hiking across the melting permafrost, Omari witnessed the significant changes already taking place. Moreover, he knew that many marginalized communities would be disproportionately affected by our inaction. After returning from that trip, Omari attended Green Mountain College in Vermont and received a B.A. in Environmental Studies. Since then, he has led hikes in urban parks, managed diverse teams of environmental educators, built school gardens, developed curricula, and helped plant 1,000,000 trees in New York City. The focus of all of this work has been to engage and empower youth in developing deep connections to nature, centered around their own unique experiences. Omari is grateful to be welcomed into the Wild Earth community, where young leaders are growing wild! More about Omari's work.

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