Join Graham for a town hall session on March 20th, after the Sunset Safari!

Some background info for those who’ve not joined a WildEarth town hall session with Graham before, or are not familiar with the format.

Since November 2019 WildEarth has held regular town hall sessions to share important developments directly with those who matter most; our community of dedicated viewers and supporters. A town hall is a format in which someone, Graham Wallington, WildEarth’s CEO in this case, shares information directly as well as answers questions from those in attendance. As such it is a great way of sharing information about WildEarth, but at the same time also hearing and discussing what is important and relevant to our community.

As some of what might be discussed could be ‘for your ears only’ we only provide access to these sessions on our own website, and to those who’ve registered an account. For now, this page is visible to anyone, but on Saturday you will need to be registered and logged on to participate in the town hall session.

If you do not yet have an account on our site, you can go to to create one, so you won’t have to miss out on joining. If you do have an account, you can log in with your account from the menu bar in the top right on the page. Should you face any issues with this process, please use the ‘Help’ button on the bottom of the page, or write to and we’ll try to help you resolve them.

The chat on this page is set to only be visible to logged-in site members, so if you see the chat below, you’re all set! If you don’t see it, you’re not logged in yet.

During the town hall, please only use the chat to pose questions .

This will make it easier for Graham to follow the chat and answer questions, as well as help avoid the chat freezing due to too many messages coming through. Before and after the town hall it is fine to greet each other and chat, but during let’s try to keep chat focused on asking questions only.

Please do not share or repost what is discussed here in other places.

We ask you to help us keep control over which information is shared when, and where it is shared, by not taking it upon yourselves to share what discussed in this townhall session outside of WildEarth’s website. This is necessary to avoid confusion and anxiety with those who did not get it first-hand from us.