Rewilding: it’s a popular word and it probably isn’t going away. But what does it really mean?
For a thoughtful perspective on this sweeping conservation trend, join this talk by the Director of the Snowdonia Society, John Harold, with time for discussion at the end.
This talk was organised by the Cheshire and North Wales regional committee and was a joint event with the Snowdonia Society.
Featured image: John Harold
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