An Audacious Conservation Métier
Wild Safe is a market-driven conservation enterprise created to enrich small-scale cacao farmers grow sustainable ingredients that reach international markets. Participating Wild Safe farmers will
co-exist with wildlife,
protect critical habitats and prosper in the process.
Wild SafeTM is a market-based approach to wildlife and wild land conservation.
A disruptive sustainable food company,
Wild SafeTM produces delicious products honoring nature,
protecting habitat and wildlife,
feeding bodies & nurturing souls,
and paying farmers a living wage... all while oppressing no one.
Welcome To Our Wild Safe World
Where Chocolate Tastes Good &
It's Good for Everyone
Wild DaZe and Nuubia will collaborate to create Wild SafeTM to save the wild and address the needs of small farmers growing cacao. By producing humanely and sustainably-grown ingredients, (cocoa beans and bulk chocolate), Wild SafeTM can supply the entire chocolate industry with crops that also protect the planet.
SUSTAINABLE, MARKET-DRIVEN &
A healthy planet requires food production systems that create nutritious and affordable food while also protecting natural resources, reducing greenhouse gas emissions,and strengthening the prosperity of rural populations.
Created to transform the cocoa industry, Wild Safe is more than a returns-driven business generating profits. We create conservation capital by supporting participating forest-dwelling tribes and small-scale cacao farmers who also protect the wild,
Lacking economic incentives the wild will perish.
Conservation has historically been funded through public finance, foreign development aid and private philanthropy.
We launched Wild Safe a new community-based and market-driven conservation project to save nature and support cacao farmers. Through agricultural training and capacity building and by providing access to international markets., Wild Safe enriches rural farmers, giving wildlife a fighting chance.
Wild Safe enables consumers to benefit cacao tree farmers in Africa, Ecuador, Sumatra and Borneo while protecting nature. Community is the best way to prevent deforestation as people who make their living from the forest have a strong incentive to protect it. The only lasting way to accomplish sustainable conservation is by including people who live and share natural resources, land and water with wildlife.
Most human beings realize we are a part of nature and so want free and glorious wildlife in our world. Wild Safe cocoa cultivation curbs wildlife poaching as the bush meat, charcoal and pet trades devastate species and destroy habitat.
Wild Safe supports social and economic development in cacao farming communities eliminating child and forced labor, increasing wildlife appreciation, decreasing deforestation & increasing wealth, health and education.
Orangutans are the most intelligent beings on the planet after human beings, and they adapt to the environment by passing on culture through each generation.
A self-aware being, as intelligent as a six year old child, their drive to extinction is an individual story of horror as they are macheted and burnt alive as an agricultural pest.
Bonobos are in extreme peril and classified as endangered on the IUCN Red List, (facing a very high risk of extinction ). Researchers cannot easily count bonobos because this primate only lives in very remote rainforest in the Democratic Republic of Congo in central Africa.
But estimated wild bonobo numbers are just 15000 individuals.
Bonobo researchers face extraordinary challenges: political instability, the remote bonobo habitat and lack of research funding.
Chimpanzees are also an endangered species. Although it's difficult to make accurate wild chimpanzee counts, the estimates range from 170,000 to 300,000 remaining individuals on the African continent.
But since we all matter and every positive action we take does make a difference, working together we can save this very precious species. Dr. Jane Goodall created a global community conservation organization to advance her vision and work. By saving forests, protecting chimpanzees and inspiring people to conserve the natural world, her vital work improves the lives of people, animals and the environment.