Rewilding Gardens: Bringing Nature Home

Four prolific rewilders discuss how to bring nature home in our new community event “Rewilding Gardens”.

Event details

May 17, 2023
5:00 pm

Together with the Rewilding Community of Practice, we will host this virtual community gathering on the topic ‘Rewilding Gardens: Bringing nature home’ on Wednesday, May 17th at 5:00PM CEST/4:00PM BST/8:00AM PDT.

The Rewilding Community of Practice aims to build a network of rewilding enthusiasts and professionals who can exchange ideas and information to help build a better world.

An opportunity for budding and more experienced rewilders to learn more about creating beautiful, resilient gardens – and how to attract bees and other insects – from four experienced practitioners who take different approaches to but all share a passion for creating wild gardens in which biodiversity is thriving.

We hope you will join us in our effort to scale our collective impact and rewild our planet!

Wild Garden

Featured project of Katie van Munster – one of the Rewilding Community of Practice members. Presented by Wild Garden members Lori Eich and Kelsey Kaszas.

Wild Garden is a tool that helps everyday people transform their gardens into something both wild and beautiful, full of native plants and wildlife. Their mission is to enhance the world’s biodiversity, one garden at a time.


Chris d’Agorne, Founder of How to Rewild
Wankja Ferguson, Founder of Vlinder er Bij Natuurtuin
Eva Makandi, Founder of Light On A Hill
Brandy Williams, Founder of Garden Butterfly

Further event information

Following the speakers’ conversation there will be time for questions from the audience. The event will be a participatory event taking place on Zoom. The Zoom link to join the event will be shared with all ticket holders on the day of the event via email.

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