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rewilding

(riːˈwaɪldɪŋ)
n
(Environmental Science) the practice of returning areas of land to a wild state, including the reintroduction of animal species that are no longer naturally found there
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M2 PRESSWIRE-July 26, 2019-: Rewilding conference signals fresh thinking for Scotland's land and seas
A conference on rewilding Scotland will be held at Stirling's Macrobert Arts Centre in September.
MENTAL health, rewilding, conservation and farming policy challenges are all on the Farmers' Union of Wales agenda at the Royal Welsh Show.
Yreka, CA, June 27, 2019 --(PR.com)-- On June 19, 2019, the Appropriation Committee made the following statement in their Bill (see page 15) as to rewilding America's wild horses: "Rewilding.
Several local authorities in England have taken to "rewilding" the roadsides by planting wildflowers.
EXTREME green policies such as rewilding will do little to boost biodiversity and are a "sad reflection" on how detached some people now are from rural life, the FUW has said.
The event, "Rewilding - A Solution for Climate Change", will be staged at the Newcastle Gateshead Marriott Hotel at theMetroCentreon Wednesday.
| Professor Alastair Driver - specialist adviser for Rewilding Britain.
THE announcement that a small area of Mid Wales is to be returned to a more natural state (rewilding, readdress, put back what has been lost).
Rewilding is the process of bringing plant and animal life back to areas where they once thrived.
Summary: Across Europe, species of animals that has disappeared centuries ago are being reintroduced through 'rewilding'