THIS EVENT IS NOW FINISHED. If you would like to see a recording of the event, you can see that here.
Join us on 25th February at 7pm for a live discussion and Q&A on why the rewilding movement is offering hope for humanity, climate and biodiversity.
Sean McCormack from AgRewild will be hosting the conversation and will be joined by Felix Appelbe, founder of Ocean Ambassadors, and Cal Major, founder of Paddle Against Plastic. We’ll be exploring the perspectives of these passionate conservationists on what rewilding means to them, and how it can be applied to farming practices, protecting the ocean or indeed our own lives.
During the webinar there’ll be a couple of short presentations where we’ll outline the practical and ideological aspects of rewilding, how it applies to farmers, landowners and the oceans and how people can adopt some rewilding thinking into their own lives.
We will end with a live Q&A.
We’ll also be premiering a short film showing how one farmer’s outlook on his land at Woodcock Farm has changed over the years: from the agricultural revolution to gradually allowing nature to return to the farming process. ‘Rewilding Woodcock’ is beautifully symbolic of the changes we are seeing in many landowners, a desire to let nature flourish where once it was suppressed.
Joining the event
The event will be free to all and will be held on Zoom (details below). There are 100 spaces available and they are being allocated on a first come, first served basis. You do not have to sign up for the event, simply join the Zoom meeting on Thursday 25th February. The talk will start at 7pm.
Please do join live if you can so you can take part in the Q and A session afterwards. We will also be recording the event so you will be able to watch it at a later date.
We look forward to seeing you!