Wilder Hampshire and Isle of Wight
We're starting a debate on what a wilder Hampshire and Isle of Wight looks like, and how we can all help make it happen.
Over the coming months we will be holding a series of debates and sharing our thinking as it develops. We will publish a more detailed plan in 2019. But we want to start building the nature recovery network across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight now.
A wilder Hampshire and Isle of Wight
For over 60 years our work has helped safeguard wild places and slow nature's decline. But this alone is not enough.
In our Wilder discussion paper, we are starting a debate about what a wilder Hampshire and Island look like, and how we can all help make it happen.
Have a look through our discussion paper below:
Wilder: Creating a wilder Hampshire and Isle of Wight
Whether you are a landowner, a planner, a gardener, a scientist or a teacher, we want to work with you to develop and deliver our shared plan.
How do you think you can help make our two counties wilder? Let us know:
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