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Rewildling involves leaving nature to recover by itself, and develop resilient ecosystems. It is large scale restoration of an environment and its natural proceses.

How does it link to river restoration?

Rewilding benefits biodiversity by offering the chance for natural habitats to establish and become resilient by themselves. This is a chance to reinstate natural processes on less productive land.

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