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Working in partnership

We work with a diverse range of partners and allies to create a healthier, wilder future. 

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Rewilding is a movement for change and we all have a part to play in nature’s recovery, from doorsteps to mountain tops, urban parks to coastal waters. That’s why we work with a diverse range of partners and allies to create a healthier, wilder future.

We believe that local people working together and taking action in places dear to them is a powerful force for change. So many of our partnerships place a strong emphasis on locally-led rewilding action.

We work flexibly and share common purpose with a wide range of organisations including NGOs, farming and marine networks, businesses, local councils and public bodies. These include several Wildlife Trusts, Woodland Trust, Marine Conservation Society, RSPB, Trees for Life, Borders Forest Trust, Conservation Capital, Sussex University and many others. 

We also have close links with other visionary rewilding projects around the world, such as Conservacion Patagonica in Chile and Conservation Carpathia in Romania.

And of course we run the Rewilding Network, which supports a growing movement of rewilding practitioners across Britain, wherever they are in their journey to restore nature.

Our strategic alliances

We’re not alone — we’re proud to work with so many others who share our vision. We forge close partnerships where coordinated action amplifies impact.

Scottish Rewilding Alliance

The Scottish Rewilding Alliance is a growing collaboration of organisations sharing a mission to enable rewilding at a scale new to Scotland. Rewilding Britain is one of the founders and is working closely on a specific advocacy strategy for rewilding initiatives to be supported through policy and legislation.

Rewilding Europe

Rewilding Europe aims to create large, rewilded landscapes in at least 10 different regions across Europe. It runs the European Rewilding Network as well as Rewilding Europe Capital, a rewilding enterprise funding facility. We coordinate closely with Rewilding Europe to share knowledge and experiences as part of the wider rewilding movement in Europe.

Wildlife and Countryside Link

Wildlife and Countryside Link (Link) is the largest environment and wildlife coalition in England, bringing together more than 70organisations to use their powerful joint voice for the protection of nature. Together members campaign to conserve, enhance and access our landscapes, animals, plants, habitats, rivers and seas.

Global Rewilding Alliance

We’re a member of the Global Rewilding Alliance, a powerful platform made up of hundreds of organisations across the continents, all dedicated to ecosystem conservation and restoration, following the principles of the Global Charter for Rewilding the Earth. Together we established World Rewilding Day in 2021, helping to grow a global movement.

Corporate partners

We also collaborate with a wide range of businesses, and welcome the valuable role that companies who share the same values and vision as us can play in helping rewilding flourish across Britain. Find out more about corporate partnerships.

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