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Let's reimagine the future and build a rewilding movement in Britain

Get involved

We need to build a movement for change. We need our soils, our rivers, our seas and our wildlife to recover. And we need to recover our sense of wonder, enchantment and hope. 

Rewilding offers a way to a better future. A future of greater diversity, increased resilience and more natural wonder. A place where nature thrives.

We're not the only people that recognise this. There are great stories of ecological restoration out there. We hope that we can build an even bigger movement and encourage even greater change. In some places, we hope to start the conversation. In others, we'd like to amplify it.

We want to reach out to people from all walks of life but it's early days yet. There'll be more opportunities to get involved as our work evolves. But here are a few ideas to get you started.

If you have any ideas or want to share any thoughts, please get in touch

What you can do to rewild Britain

  1. Learn and share Learn and share

    Learn about the benefits of rewilding and share them with others. You can make a start by reading the information on this website.

  2. Address the challenges Address the challenges

    We need creative solutions, campaigns and strategies to help us overcome the challenges to rewilding. Read about the issues.

  3. Get hands on Get hands on

    You could help with restoring lost native forests or bringing back wild spaces to urban places. Find out what's going on in Britain.

  4. Talk about the wolf Talk about the wolf

    And the lynx and the beaver and the wild boar and all the species that should be flourishing in Britain. Learn more about these species.

  5. Follow us Follow us

    Keep up to date with our rewilding news. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter, and don’t forget to sign up to our newsletter.

  6. Make a donation Make a donation

    We are a small charity with big ambitions to push the rewilding message. Please make a donation to fund our work.

“Rewilding Britain will help to bring the land and seas of this beautiful country back to life. I’m delighted that this is happening. It’s great news for wildlife and for people.”

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, broadcaster and real food campaigner