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20 марта 2021 - World Rewilding Day


From: Positive News <in...@positive.news>
Date: пн, 20 мар. 2023 г. в 16:10
Subject: Bringing back nature
Your favourite rewilding stories. 
What happens when we let nature back in
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The call of the wild 


Rewilding has long been a popular topic among Positive News readers. And as the movement has grown – once a germinating seed, now a veritable meadow of unfurling spring buds – the stories we’ve unearthed have also grown in depth, breadth and colour. 

Today, for World Rewilding Day, we’re sharing some of our favourite rewilding stories. From the scientists who rewilded a field 60 years ago (before the term even existed), to the ‘mini forest’ revolution sweeping the UK, we hope you enjoy these stories of nature coming back, in all its glory. 

They not only offer examples of what nature is capable of when left to flourish, but what humans can do when we set intentions. The residents of the once-declining declining Scottish town of Langholm are a case in point – they grabbed hold of a once-in-a-generation opportunity to create the country’s most ambitious rewilding project, and are now restoring an entire ecosystem at scale. 

Happy reading – we hope that, wherever you are, you’re able to experience a little bit of nature today. 

Sarah LaBrecque
Editorial team

Your favourite rewilding stories

The plan to restore Britain’s lost rainforests
On a soggy walk through a regenerated British rainforest, we learn about the mission to revive these forgotten ecosystems
Sixty years ago, scientists let a farm field rewild – here’s what happened
The Monks Wood Wilderness experiment in England was a rewilding study before the term existed. This is what we can learn from it
Video: Bison roam England again for the first time in thousands of years
After a prolonged absence, the animals were released in Kent last summer to boost biodiversity and tackle the climate crisis
The town that pulled off Britain’s most ambitious rewilding project
The against-all-odds tale of a declining Scottish town that bought a moorland off a Duke – and started rewilding it
In pictures: sowing sea meadows in the UK to fight climate change
Millions of seagrass seeds are being planted around the British Isles to capture carbon and boost biodiversity

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The ‘mini forest’ revolution is here – and coming to a town near you
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