Future of the Environment

This pioneering British ‘wildland’ estate could boost biodiversity and yields

Knepp estate is home to grazing animals that help to enrich the land and boost biodiversity. Image: REUTERS/Toby Melville

Kate Whiting

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Before and after: how the landscape on the Knepp estate has changed under rewilding.
Before and after: how the landscape on the Knepp estate has changed under rewilding.
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Charlie Burrell farming maize before the switch to rewilding.
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Future of the EnvironmentClimate ChangeFood SecurityUnited KingdomBiodiversitySustainable Development

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