About the event
We hear almost daily that habitats are being destroyed, species are going extinct and people have never been more disconnected from our natural world.
While the Wildlife Trusts & other organisations do fantastic work, nature is still in decline. Much of the work we do involves traditional methods which create habitats by mimicking lost native species.
For decades now, conservationists have been asking the questions: why do we need to look after the land, what happened before we were here and how can we work more efficiently for nature?
There is now a push in conservation to restore functionality to our ecosystems so that, to different extents, they can look after themselves (nobody mows the grass in the Masai Mara!). With big changes afoot, how can we overcome entrenched views of nature conservation methods? And can we really bring back species like Beavers, Elk and Lynxes?
If you have an interest in nature and you’re new to rewilding, join us to explore the topic with a day of presentations, videos, activities and guided walks.
Price£35 + booking fee
Suitable forAdults, Beginners
Know before you go
Suitable for those with limited mobility, please contact the organiser in advance.