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What’s a keystone species, where do people fit in and what do you need to get started? Take a rewilding Staffordshire journey of discovery with us.
Educating the next generation to ensure a wilder future for the benefit of Staffordshire’s people & nature.
Focused around telling engaging stories that evoke action, we communicate the benefits of rewilding for people and nature.
Rewilding does not mean removing people from the land, it’s about ensuring communities & economies benefit from a wilder world.
Rewilding works to restore lost species by giving our native flora and fauna the right ecosystems and landscapes to thrive in.
There are lots of ways to support rewilding. From donations to buying from nature-driven businesses or join us as volunteer.
are under managed and in a poor state according to the State Of Nature Report.
are classed as been in a poor or bad overall state across Staffordshire.
has ZERO conservation effort or geological designation scheme in place.