Another NetGalley win, a book by an academic and a practitioner respectively in conservation and ecology, and part of the “Hot Science” series which looks at exciting new topics in the scientific world. Paul Jepson & Cain Blyth – “Rewilding: The Radical New Science of Ecological Recovery” (19 May 2020) A fascinating book that explores […]

Book review – Paul Jepson and Cain Blyth – Rewilding — librofulltime

Rewilding — Best of the Midwest! Hiking – nature – photography

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To my left-brained Scientifically-inclined Critically-trained Eye and mind These fields should now Be an abomination; No discipline by plough Or corrective cultivation. A shameful parade Of gleeful weeds appears; Led by a brigade Of over-eager volunteers. But as I look around All that I can see Is my native ground As it’s meant to be. […]

Rewilding — Best of the Midwest! Hiking – nature – photography

Rewilding — My Retirement Journey

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I have just finished reading ‘Wilding’ by Isabella Tree; I don’t read much non-fiction but I loved it. It is a well-told story of how she and her husband conceded defeat on making their 3,500 acre farm profitable on marginal agricultural land in Sussex and, instead, allowed nature to take over.  They followed some examples […]

Rewilding — My Retirement Journey

Rewilding — The World Tree

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When we add up all the previously mentioned information, the only thing which remains for us is to find a real solution for the problems which arise from our modern civilization. We saw that the main solutions proposed are useless, completely dependent on civilization, and not healthy for our wellbeing. So how do we set […]

Rewilding — The World Tree