Networking —

Rewilding Community of Practice

We are an an action oriented community around sharing practical and theoretical knowledge on rewilding to tackle global challenges in the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration

A screenshot of a video conference of the Rewilding Community of Practice on GLFx.

How to be part of the community


Join the Community, ask questions, get inspiration, share experiences, find partners.


Join one of our webinars and other events, online or offline, where we delve deeper into topics of interest.


Find courses and hands-on learning opportunities that can help you in your work or projects.


Find resources in our knowledge hub, learn about the history, principles and impacts of rewilding.

Rewilding professionals

Speak with rewilding experts, discuss problems, challenges and solutions. Together we can go further.


Join our Youtube channel to watch recorded sessions, focusing on specific sites, issues, solutions or activities.

About —

Rewilding CoP

The Rewilding Community of Practice is a sharing, learning and networking platform for ecological restoration practitioners and scientists. One of its goals is promote international cooperation on rewilding and harmonise ecological restoration perspectives and approaches that are tailored to local contexts.


The Rewilding CoP envisages a world where wildlife flourishes in healthy ecosystems that sustain us all.


Connecting people in the restoration movement to be a key part of the solution to the challenges of the biodiversity and climate crises.



By working together on a basis of mutual trust and respect and being open to new ideas, we can learn from each other.


Imagination, vision, and communication will help us to inspire and empower people – and in turn getting inspired ourselves.


Curiosity guides us and provides the energy to never stop exploring and learning about new approaches and ideas.

Get involved —

Join the Community of Practice

We invite you to an open exchange of ideas, observations and news about all facets of rewilding, including management and monitoring approaches. In addition, we welcome views and recommendations to connect science, practice and policies.

Join the fast-growing 
movement and help drive positive change!

Events & News —

News section

Stay up to date about what’s happening in the community.