The revolutionary project in rewilding a large area of farmland at Knepp Castle estate in the south of England is now 17 years old, and is showing remarkable results in wildlife regeneration as well as livestock productivity – check out this article in the Daily Mail to learn details. and the Knepp website .
This is a 3500 acre estate but with smaller areas of land we can emulate their results we hope, a bit more managed, and with lower aspirations maybe, but, as we increase our diversity of species and habitat on our small 24 acres, we look forward to new wildlife. And as the way we manage our livestock within this changes to improving even further the wonderful meat, eggs, and other produce from our holding to keep us sustainable and create a legacy for future generations.
(new book coming out: Wilding: The Return Of Nature To A British Farm by Isabella Tree, published by Picador on May 3)