Rewilding Projects and Local Groups

Find rewilding projects and local groups who have signed up to the network 


Project country
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Cornwall Rewilding Network
  • Cornwall
A Cornwall Rewilding Network is currently at the planning stage.
Member Project
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Creag Meagaidh
  • Inverness-shire, Scotland
  • Large
One of the first places in Scotland to seriously tackle centuries of land degradation, resulting in spectacular natural regeneration of woodland and forest
Member Project
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Dayshul Brake
  • Witheridge, Devon
  • Medium

Rewilding with a shared landowner vision

Local network
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Devon Rewilding Network
  • Devon
A network of people based in Devon who are interested in rewilding
Member Project
Dundreggan Nursery c Chris Aldridge
  • Glenmoriston near Loch Ness
  • Large
Restoring the Caledonian Forest and inspiring thousands of visitors and volunteers every year
Member Project
Elmore Court
Elmore Court Estate
  • Gloucestershire
  • Medium

Rewilding within a historic and unique estate set in Severn Vale

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Essex Native Oyster Restoration Initiative (ENORI)
  • Essex
  • Marine

Recovering native oysters in the Blackwater, Crouch, Roach and Colne Estuaries

Member Project
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Ewhurst Park
  • Ramsdell, Hampshire
  • Medium

Inspiring renewed relationships with nature through rewilding and edible landscape

Member Project
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Geltsdale Farm
  • Cumbria
  • Large
Rewilding a commercial hill farm in Cumbria
Member Project
Rwt gilfach valley
  • Powys, Wales
  • Medium

Restoring biodiversity to an old hill farm

Member Project
John Muir Trust
  • Scottish Borders
  • Medium
A rewilding hub for volunteer and community engagement in a small corner of the Scottish Borders
Local network
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Gloucestershire Rewilding Network
  • Gloucestershire
The GLNP will work with landowners and projects to deliver local rewilding and nature recovery across Gloucestershire.