Here are some links to other useful organisations
North Devon Biosphere - The Biosphere Reserve in North Devon is a UNESCO biosphere reserve covering 55 square miles. Centred around Braunton Burrows, the largest sand dune system in England, Roborough Fields are located in the transition zone of the reserve.
Devon Hedge Group - Devon Hedges are of great historical and ecological importance. For further information see Devon hedges: an introduction. Find out more about the different types of Devon hedges across the county using this interactive Distinctive Hedge Map.
Devon Wildlife Trust - Devon Wildlife Trust is part of a national network of charities dedicated to the protection of all wildlife in the face of intensive agriculture, pollution and urban development.
Sam and Vicky founded the Britannia Sailing Trust in 2014 to repair and restore the 105 year old charter, Britannia. Sam and Vicky were instrumental in us finding the land for which we are very grateful. www.britanniasailingtrust.org
Alex Stanbury (fencing, digger, gates, etc)
Clarkson & Woods Ecological Consultancy - http://www.clarksonwoods.co.uk/
Connor Kendrew (permaculture)
Derek Gow Consultancy - www.watervoles.com
Emorsgate (seeds) - www.emorsgate.co.uk
Habitat Aid - www.habitataid.co.uk
Laurie Lamare (pipework)
Trevor Cox (borehole)
Victoria Price (Vision Wild) - www.visionwild.co.uk
Wayne Peters (Gecko Energy Ltd) - www.geckoenergy.co.uk
MORE ABOUT REWILDING:
Rewilding Britain - Rewilding Britain is a national organisation whose aim is to help local economies, help nature thrive and make our country a better place to be. Find out more about Rewilding Britain. Rewilding is the large-scale restoration of ecosystems where nature can take care of itself, find out more about Rewilding Britain's four principles of rewilding.
Knepp Wildland - Knepp Wildland is a pioneering rewilding project in West Sussex and one source of inspiration for this project. The project utilises free-roaming grazing animals to create new habitats and restore dynamic natural courses for the benefit of wildlife and has seen extraordinary increases in wildlife including extremely rare species like turtle doves, nightingales, peregrine falcons and purple emperor butterflies.