Approved Crowdfunding Campaigns

  1. Bison, bees and butterflies

    Spain
    After 12,000 years, European bison, wild horses, water buffalo and other megafauna return to long-lost habitat in Eastern and Southern Europe. Goal of the project is ecological restoration to promote biodiversity conservation, climate change resilience, and sustainable protection of vulnerable landscapes under global change.
    £20.00 donated of £25,000.00 goal
  2. Re-introducing wild Sorraia horses to the Algarve

    Algarve, Portugal
    We are raising seed funding for the initial set up and transportation of wild Sorraia horses. These wild horses are native to the Algarve region and are critically endangered. We need your help to bring them home.
    £40.00 donated of £29,000.00 goal
  3. Bison to save the world

    Pleistocene Park - Wild Field, Tula Oblast, Russia
    Pleistocene Park is flying bison from Alaska to Siberia to fight climate change.
    £49,661.00 donated of £75,000.00 goal
  4. Lets rewild logo - rewilding crowdfunding

    Help us grow this website

    Your donation will help us continue the essential work of improving this website, engaging with landowners and soliciting interest from donors.
    £154.00 donated of £3,500.00 goal
  5. Cow and pig in rewilded land, crowdfunding campaign

    Support Knepp Wildland Project

    Knepp Castle Estate, West Grinstead, Horsham, UK
    A new crowdfunding for rewilding initiative is underway on www.justgiving.com by the Knepp Rewilding Project in Sussex, England to support their pioneering rewilding work and rewilding in general.
    £5,555.00 donated of £35,000.00 goal

Thank you for taking a look at all of our rewilding crowdfunding campaigns.

We are always looking to add to our list of rewilding projects. If you know a landowner that might be interested in rewilding – or other project that could restore habitats and increase our biodiversity – please refer them to this website and urge them to get in touch with us.

We are witnessing an unprecedented decline in the numbers of insects, amphibians, birds and mammals, with many species pushed close to extinction. Most governments are not ready to embrace large scale habitat restoration or rewilding, but we need to take action now. With your help, perhaps we can reverse the decline of our wildlife and leave our planet in better shape than we found it.