What are you waiting for? Take a chance.

Applications are closed, but we're always excited to hear from keen environmental entrepreneurs. 

Are you ready to unlock your wild idea?

Stage 1 - Application: tell us about your team and your idea


Stage 2 - Phone Intervie
w: after reviewing your application, head coach Adam Gibson will give you/your team a call, to chat to you and see if you're a fit for the program.


Stage 3: Program offer


NOT SURE if you qualify for the program? Do you already have a business, but want to make it biodiversity-focussed? Or are you passionate about the program, but don't have an idea? Send and email to hello@odonata.org.au and we'll chat to you about your options.


Will this program cost anything? No! It's completely free and all online.

APPLICATION PROCESS

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Wild Idea acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which we live, learn and work. We celebrate their continuing cultural, social, environmental and economic connection to land, sea, and community, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

 In 2019, we worked with four amazing business to address the challenge: How can we better conserve nature, and increase the protection of threatened species and their survival in the wild?


Learn more about each team and their business below. 

Edgars Greste, Susannah Kable
Grow Love Project

Grow ​Love Project advocates for a healthy, bio-diverse and sustainable Australian food system. The team educates, inspires and connects farmers with customers to grow the movement towards eating for healthy people and a healthy planet.

Martin Collings
Charopy

Charopy solves the problem of contamination in recycling bins and works with primary schools to make recycling more fun. Charopy has also raised awareness of NSW threatened species in schools, through their 'Build Your Own Colony' game. 

Dave Brook
OwlBnB

Dave makes habitat, every day - for any native animal, anywhere that's safe for them. To make sure 'No owl shall remain homeless', he is exploring ways owls can  safely live, hunt and reproduce in agricultural and urban environments. 

2019 WILDLINGS

Martin Collings, Charopy
Susannah Kable and Edgars Greste, The Grow Love Project

Jessie Panazzolo
Lonely Conservationists

Jessie created Lonely Conservationists to help conservationists thrive. With almost 2000 conservationists in her community, Jessie believes there is enough human power to conserve the 60% of threatened species impacted by agriculture across the planet. 

Jessie Panazzolo, Lonely Conservationists
Dave Brook, OwlBnB

NEW SPOTS JUST ADDED!

Our online open day last week sold out, so we have opened more spots on Friday 24 May and Tuesday 28 May. Chat directly with the Wild Idea coaches, receive immediate feedback on your idea and discuss whether the program is right for you. 


Book your 20 min consultation now.

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Are you ready to unlock your wild idea?