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✨🌲Lizzie🌲✨ 23h
What a great shame, like needs anything else hindering it, especially from those meant to be on our side! If these allegations are true I will no longer support the
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EnviroUK Consultants 24m
Excellent podcast folks thank you so much! Am looking forward to meeting and at next week's conference in Cirencester. Knepp is such an amazing place can't wait to visit!! 💚 too - great work!! 🌍🙏
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Johnny Nov 8
The first of our west Norfolk rewilders has decided to take the leap! A new 1000 acre space for wildlife. Wetlands, woodland, Heath, grass and scrub. Outstanding landowner/manager commitment.
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EnviroUK Consultants 19m
This is a fantastic from about the amazing work at - check it out and follow for more interesting updates.
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Rewilding Britain 12h
“By generating significant new business opportunities, jobs and income for local people, can provide a viable and sustainable alternative to the economic status quo, and help communities retain their cultural integrity.”
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Adam Cross 12h
Fantastic video on Living with Beavers from exploring the benefits of beavers in Britain and discussing conflict management
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Gareth Wyn Jones 9h
Don’t forget to watch on its
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Natsu Puuku Nov 5
Our director made this video for . "Our past has paved the way for our future, and our horse relatives have been there with us and stood beside us through it all." See the full video here:
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Citizen Zoo Nov 11
Latest group of conference participants are now on the website. From in Yellowstone, to new environmental narratives, & rewilding in the tropics, join us for two fantastic days of debate!
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Kinnard Hockenhull Nov 9
exist in a world where you die if you don't move fast enough . . . this experience is
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Ffalastun Nov 6
Is there a map of the planned re-wilding area in Ceredigion? We could do with knowing if our farm is included. Not heard anything about it!
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Steve Carver 20h
With you there. You can’t call everything just because it involves an element of ecological restoration.
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Rewilding Institute Nov 10
"We have forgotten the flocks of passenger pigeons that blotted out the sun, the herds of bison that shook the ground and the untamed places in which we destroyed them. This is ecological amnesia."
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Alberta Ecotrust Nov 8
" Through Restoration involves planting poplar trees & other native vegetation along the banks of in areas degraded by human activity." We're proud to support 's work via our Grant Program:
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PlanetPod Nov 10
Have you listened to 's chat with @isabella_treeTree at yet? Find out what happens when you let land and recover from intensive farming.
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Peter Smith 🔰 Nov 11
Find out real solutions & how we can all benefit equally from & at the biggest rewilding conference of 2019 Book Now - great speakers:
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Prof Alastair Driver Nov 9
Important job up for grabs here - Water Policy Manager who are now much more engaged in , for which we need better water policy to achieve healthy functioning ecosystems and thus the restoration of natural processes at scale
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Steve Cracknell Nov 4
Breaking news for Britain: identified as keystone species. If we can clone him, this apex predator could reduce numbers of sheep 😄😆
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Chloe Malinka Nov 7
Nearly 1/5 (!) of Scotland’s landmass is a : land burned & left barren for a handful of elites to shoot an easy target... Please back this campaign to reform , encourage , +stop illegal killing of raptors.
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Derek Bishton 9h
Sign up for and newsletter here and find out about the and why, because the essence of nature is wholeness woven from infinite complexity, trying to save it piece by piece doesn’t really make much sense.
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