Mirror Fauna is centered on several communities committed to a reengagement with ancestral skills, rewilding, wild-tending, and re-imagining our relationship to the land. These communities are motivated by concerns about the environmental impacts of industrial scale agriculture, the effects of emerging technology on our psyche, and an interest in maintaining a carnal connection to landscape, flora, and fauna that has diminished within our culture. These communities hunt, scavenge roadkill, grow, and glean their own food, tan hides, sew clothing, and render medicines in the wild. Their first impulse is typically to hand-craft utilitarian objects, clothing, and adornment from the raw materials around them. This intentional relationship to the environment prioritizes sustainable harvest. An intimate, rewilding of our primal link to the natural world is also evident in their engagement with pagan celebrations, ceremonies, and rituals. Operating outside the contemporary paradigms of industrial production and consumption becomes a form of environmental activism.