We believe in a more wild, self-reliant approach to conserving the nature of Sussex
Who We Are
Community in conservation
More nature, more natural processes
A Wilder Future
Rewilding is all about letting nature be spontaneous, dynamic, and unpredictable
Rewilding resources and literature
Wild ideas for the new normal
By Betsy Gorman an exploration of how to make your green space just that little bit wild. Follow the journey of a garden as it goes from a mown lawn to a space where animals and plants can thrive.
By Daniel Maude (Dan is a MRes student at the University of Sussex and produced this outstanding report as part of his research. It gives a really nice overview of what natural disturbance is and why it is important. Restoring…
Talk by Chris Sandom for the U3A society.
There is still plenty of discussion about what rewilding means. Like many words that describe how people interact with nature (e.g. agriculture and conservation), rewilding doesn’t have a single method of implementation. This framework attempts to provide a pragmatic description…