Ambios Ltd are excited to be working in partnership with Rewilding Britain to facilitate a network of people based in Devon, who are interested in, or taking action to rewild land in our beautiful county.
Rewilding often means different things to different people, so working together with a variety of people is vital to change the way we view our natural world. The Devon Rewilding Network provides a collaboration between people to connect, support, inform and guide.
Rewilding shouldn’t happen in isolation – by connecting with others and by inspiring people to get involved, we can make a bigger difference.
The Devon Rewilding Network is open to anyone with an interest in rewilding in Devon. We are seeking and welcoming input from land owners/managers, educators, social scientists, government bodies, ecologists, farmers, researchers, artists, community and interest groups, students…. and rewilding enthusiasts, present and future!
For just £10 a year you can be a part of this valuable community which supports the recovery of Devon’s landscape for future generations.
In 2020 Ambios took on an extra 50 acres of post-agricultural land within the Sharpham Estate with the vision of rewilding this 18th century parkland.
This gives us an opportunity to not only do right by the land, but to share the process with a rich and diverse audience – a core motivation of Ambios and our landlords, The Sharpham Trust.
As a result, we welcome people to join us as we work to restore this land, either in a voluntary capacity, or as part of our traineeships.
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