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Join the Rewilding Network

Get advice and support, share your knowledge and experience, and connect with others who are working to rewild

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The Rewilding Network is here to support people putting rewilding into action. We offer space for chat and discussion, webinars and events, expert advice and the opportunity to connect with others — to learn, share and potentially scale up projects.

Membership is free while we trial and develop the network.

WHO CAN BECOMEMEMBER AND WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

Our members include farmers, estate owners, nature reserves, smallholders, marine projects, local groups and more. Some are in the planning stages at the very beginning of their rewilding journey, others are further down the road.

Membership is currently open to:

Smallholdings provide important stepping stone habitat for wildlife and biodiversity. We will send you regular emails providing practical guides and information around rewilding your land and notify you of new exclusive network content and events that we have planned. You will also be kept up to date with local networks and initiatives to connect with others, and special network events

Small scale rewilding projects can provide larger areas to allow natural processes to begin to dominate. As a network member, you will have access to the private discussion forum where you can connect with landowners in your local area and beyond to share knowledge, experience and advice. You will also have access to Rewilding Britain’s growing collection of practical guides and toolkits, and our members only online events to help with all aspects of rewilding.

As a network member, you will have access to the private discussion forum where you can connect with landowners in your local area and beyond to share knowledge, experience and advice. You will also have access to Rewilding Britain’s growing collection of practical guides and toolkits, and our members only online events to help with all aspects of rewilding. In addition, you will have the choice to include your project on our public map and to take advantage of Rewilding Britain promotional activity.

We have a chat with you so we can get a feel for their plans and how the network might be able to help you.

As a network member, you will have access to the private discussion forum where you can connect with landowners in your local area and beyond to share knowledge, experience and advice. You will also have access to Rewilding Britain’s growing collection of practical guides and toolkits, and our members only online events to help with all aspects of rewilding. In addition, you will have the choice to include your project on our public map and to take advantage of Rewilding Britain promotional activity.

Large-scale landowners also get a free site visit from one of our rewilding advisors.

As a network member, you will have access to the private discussion forum where you can connect with landowners in your local area and beyond to share knowledge, experience and advice. You will also have access to Rewilding Britain’s growing collection of practical guides and toolkits, and our members only online events to help with all aspects of rewilding. In addition, you will have the choice to include your project on our public map and to take advantage of Rewilding Britain promotional activity.

Local rewilding groups

If you’re a local rewilding group or network interested in joining The Rewilding Network, then we’re happy to hear from you! Please email [email protected]​rewildingbritain.​org.​uk for a chat.

For rewilders without land

We all have a stake in our land and in nature, our life support system. If you don’t own land, we encourage you to find your local rewilding group and get involved. If you don’t have a local group then maybe you can start one up. We offer advice on how to start a local group.

You may also choose to support the Rewilding Network by Supporting Rewilding Britain.

And don’t forget to sign up to our newsletter so you can stay up to date with latest news, forthcoming events, and new rewilding information and advice.