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Mission

The UK is one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world – a staggering 41% of native species have declined since the 1970s. We desperately need to bring back the biodiversity that we’ve lost. That’s what I’m hoping to do with rewilding.eco!

The first phase is to earn £100,000 so I can buy 10 hectares of land. I’ve written a blog post which covers the inspiration and objectives of this rewilding project in more detail. 

Sponsorship

I’m seeking sponsorship from like minded organisations that are working to have a positive impact on the planet. In exchange I’ll be writing super awesome content about their products and/or services as well as completing any challenges I’m given. 

You can learn more about how sponsorship works and see the full list of sponsors here (coming soon). 

Vision

My long-term goal for this rewilding project is to create a 100-hectare nature reserve and introduce many different keystone species to maximise biodiversity. Then I’ll focus on creating as many wildlife corridors as I can. You can read more about my vision here (coming soon).

Glossary

Rewilding – a hands-off approach to conservation, letting nature rebuild biodiverse ecosystems on its own terms

Keystone species – an organism (ranging from animals to plants, fungi and bacteria) that has a major positive impact on a particular ecosystem 

Wildlife corridors – a natural area of land (forests, meadows, etc) which connect different habitats across a landscape

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FAQ

The National History Museum and Gov.UK. All blog posts contain relevant links however it looked a bit messy on the homepage so I decided to put them here instead.

It really boils down to two reasons – firstly, there’s a lot of legislation involved with running a charity and I didn’t fancy the extra headache. Secondly, an integral aspect of the plan is for the land to generate income so that the profits can be put back into buying more land. Morally it doesn’t feel right to accept donations and then profit from it – land, after all, is an appreciating asset – so ultimately, I decided against it.

There are a few things that I’ll always appreciate – following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as well as signing up to the newsletter. Bigger numbers will help when pitching to businesses with deep pockets. Also, if you know anyone that you think would like what I’m trying to do – please tell them about this project! 
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