Rewilding Sussex

Find your wild side

We’re seeking a wilder future for the benefit of people and nature. We’re here to help people in Sussex rewild and reconnect with nature.

About Us

Our Mission

We believe that by working with nature we will be able to tackle the big challenges the world faces today. Finding more space for nature will help tackle climate change, improve flood resilience, and help us find sanctuary for mind and body.

How You Can Get Involved

Send Donation

Giving online has never been more secure, convenient or hassle-free with our one-click donation. We also do accept standard cash and check donations at all of our locations.

Become a Volunteer

You can get involved today by becoming a Volunteer. Sign up and you will be joining a group of change-makers, a network strong enough to impact positive change in the lives of children.

Give Scholarship

Your gift will help equip children in need with necessary resources, training and education while offering the promise of a brighter future. You can make a difference today by signing up.


Recent Causes

  • A Wild Garden
    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.
  • The importance of natural disturbance in ecological systems
    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 natural disturbance regimes is a key goal in rewilding which is why we wanted to …

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  • A framework for understanding what rewilding is (in Britain)
    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 of what rewilding is and isn’t, based on rewilding in Britain. It is essentially exploring what rewilding projects have in common while allowing each project to be unique to the place, nature and people involved. It would be great to hear what you think.

Become a Volunteer

With the aim of helping as many people as possible, we always lack enthusiastic volunteers. Please contact us for more info.

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