People have shaped, exploited and loved Dartmoor since ancient times. Historian Matthew Kelly explores the changing perspectives around these uplands and what they mean for rewilding
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If we can rewild river catchments and floodplains, we can ease some of the severity of flooding across Britain
As our parliamentary petition to restore nature on a massive scale approaches 100,000 signatures, we outline the shift in ambition that the UK Government must now make.
Wild boar have a damaged reputation but create a kaleidoscope of habitats for other species. Izzy Taylor shares some thoughts from the field.
Exeter University study shows how a Devon rewilding project has dramatically lowered downstream pollution and reduced flood risk
It’s time to celebrate a major step forward for the rewilding movement in Britain
Charlie Burrell on Rewilding Britain’s focus on developing pilot projects around the country, and a visit by BBC’s Countryfile to his own rewilding project at Knepp
A group of thinkers and do-ers in Sussex wants to get a local rewilding bandwagon rolling
Rewilding may be good for the soul but there is growing evidence it could also be good for the bottom line
A new generation of young, keen conservationists are waiting in the wings to get stuck in says Peter Cooper of the movement, A Focus on Nature