Rewinding 100 years: the Devon neighbours who united to rewild on a grand scale

A forester, a farmer and a child psychologist have formed a pioneering group to bring even more nature back to their valleyRead more in our Wild world seriesDorette Engi, a child psychotherapist from north London, moved to rural Devon in 2020 during lockdown. Motivated by doing something practical about the climate and wildlife crises, she bought a 92-hectare (230-acre) farm and started a process of “creative destruction”.Within 15 minutes of my arrival at her house in Tiverton, Engi, 69, has spoken about animals she wants to reintroduce, including beavers, pine marten, storks and – perhaps sometime in the future –… Source – Full Article Rewinding 100 years: the Devon neighbours who united to rewild on a grand scale

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