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Rewilding Resources


This page is dedicated to Rewilding resources that will inspire young nature lovers to assist nature in regaining its health which will, in turn, help humanity deal with the challenges ahead. 

These resources will be continually updated. We hope that, eventually, every country, community, and school will create its network of resources. 

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Rewild your School
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Rewild your School

Here are some superb ideas from Kent Wildlife Trust and tips from Rewilding Britain to kick off your school project.

Rewild your Garden

Rewild your Garden

Click on the logo for some great resources from the RHS on how to reild your garden.

Check out their Gardens across the UK - Here

Help our Pollinators
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Help our Pollinators

It is beelieved that Bee's are a critical species to humanity's survival! Yet in the UK we have removed 97% of flowering meadows which they depend upon... Click on Maddie's head to learn more in a short Youtube clip.

Click on the Bee to check out these fabulous downloadable PDF resources from the RHS on what to plant to help our busy little friends.

Click on the second video to learn how to monitor your pollinator population and become a citizen scientist.

Wildflower Resources

Wildflower Resources

Check out the Natural History Museums website for tips on how to grow your wildflower pot nearly anywhere, or pick one another mini-misson to help nature bounce back.  (click on the logo)


"If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere." –Laura Ingalls Wilder.

Citizen Science

We are developing a partner network to create Citizen Science projects anyone anywhere can get involved with. 

We will be measuring your project to create the world's biggest mini-rewilding project :) 

We will then develop skills to measure the impact the project has alone and as part of a global community.


Technology Enabled Citizen Science

Technology-Enabled Citizen Science 

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We don't believe all technology is bad.


This section will introduce you to organisations using technology to complement rewilding efforts. 

We Click on TNC's logo to find out how they use technology and how our 'hashtag' social media strategy can contribute to global conservation efforts. 

Another great example is BIRDA.

BIRDA's free birdwatching app and community (see QR code or click on the logo)

“We must teach our children to smell the earth, to taste the rain, to touch the wind, to see things grow, to hear the sun rise and night fall – to care.” – John Cleal


An all-time favourite is the tech team from Raspberry Pi who has teamed up with BBC presenter Maddie Moatie to create a wildlife camera.  Click on the Raspberry PI logo for this and more cool tech in nature ideas. 




Less than £10 for the camera kit! Click on the image.


WARNING: Chemicals

Chemicals in Gardening


Reach out to your local council.

The fact it recommends keeping it away from waterways should be enough for you to make a decision. 

Weedkiller dangers to health. 

We were oblivious to the dangers of Glysophate-based weedkillers (such as Roundup) until Drugswatch. com approached us.  

'Roundup is a popular residential and commercial weed killer made with glyphosate. Farmers, landscapers and agricultural workers have used it since 1974. However, some studies have linked heavy glyphosate use to an increased risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma and other cancers.'

Whilst it seems the United States EPA is not on board, the rest of the world is, with a growing list of countries and regions banning its use. These can be found here as part of a billion-dollar lawsuit against Bayer & Monsanto. 


Space2Evolve is a program with the intent of educating and bringing communities together through learning, conversation and action. 

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