At A Call to ReWild, our mission is threefold. We want to tell as many people as possible about the importance of nature recovery; we want to give those people the tools and knowledge to have a go and rejuvenate nature at home; and finally, we want to help and fully support those people willing to dive in. Our online course is our way of giving you the tools and confidence to have a go at bringing nature back on your plot and in your neighbourhood.
Our Complete Guide to Rewilding online course, covers both theoretical and practical aspects of nature recovery/rewilding. Therefore we deep dive the biodiversity crisis, discover how rewilding works and examples of it in action. We study how to plan, monitor and manage a project; and most importantly we teach you all the different actions you can take to improve your land for nature; it is the comprehensive package.
After buying the course, please don’t feel alone, we are always just an email away, and happy to answer any questions that the course brings up. Better still, if you take the plunge, our nature-recovery arm can even support you on your rewilding journey. Whether that be a helping hand when you get stuck, through to partnering with you for the entire venture, from the initial idea through to fruition, and beyond.
Naturally, we don’t expect you to fork out money without first seeing what you are buying. Therefore, to help you, each course summary contains the full list of lectures for that course (just press the View Lectures drop-down menu at the bottom of each course).
Even better, here we have produced a free sample course of assorted slides (with audio) from our Rewilding series of courses. These should give you a flavour of the style you can expect from all of our online courses, along with some challenging questions (and the answers - don’t worry if you can't answer them yet, you won’t have had all of the course material to attempt these questions) and some resources for you to explore. The free sample lecture will help you gain an insight into the type of content our courses contain, along with an idea of the difficulty of the material (which we estimate should be within the grasp of most people from GCSE age and up).
You can visit the sample course as many times as you like, for free, by clicking the VIEW FREE SAMPLE button above.
For those that want to help restore nature, combat the climate and biodiversity crises, why not lead by example? And where better to start, than the one place you can always influence, home.
And If you need just one source of information to transform your (or any other) plot into a thriving, nature-rich ecosystem, then this is it, the Granddaddy of rewilding resources, featuring all three of our topical rewilding courses - What is Rewilding?, How do I Start Rewilding? and Practical Rewilding.
A Complete Guide to Rewilding, is exactly that - the comprehensive tour of this field, that not only showcases the subject, but critically, gives you all the tools you need to actually restore your own land or diversify your farm and allow nature to return.
Aimed at everyone, from beginners to land managers, from farmers to gardeners, from schools to communities to conservationists, this easy to use online lecture course walks you through the present state of nature, why it is in trouble, and how rewilding can be its (and climate change's) salvation.
Split into bite-size 2-3 hour lectures, (press the button below for a full list), the course gives complete practical advice on planning, monitoring and managing a new rewilding venture, and is packed with useful links, resources, Q&As and case studies, including over 30 hours of audio.
What's more, the course updates periodically, allowing you to keep on top of this rapidly changing field.
As an organisation, we are passionate about redressing the balance between ourselves and nature. We want everyone to understand the biodiversity crisis, its implications and how to heal it.More about us
Humanity has exponentially hunted, enclosed, fragmented and stressed species. Habitat loss, combined with climate change, invasive species, disease and extreme weather have left our natural world teetering on the edge.Learn More
We offer a range of immersive nature-restoration programmes, holding your hand at every step as you transform your patch into a nature-rich, personal sanctuary and legacy for future generationsSee Options
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