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New GrazeLIFE report proposes solutions for cross-border natural grazing

October 14, 2020  |  News

From a rewilding perspective, the crossing of international borders by free-roaming horses and bovines is perfectly natural. But Europe’s existing regulatory environment often means such behaviour poses significant legal challenges. In a new GrazeLIFE report, ARK Nature and RenĂ©e Meissner of Herds and Homelands propose a range of solutions.

Living forests can mitigate our climate and biodiversity crises

February 6, 2020  |  News

Results from the ongoing GrazeLIFE project demonstrate that natural forests, complete with naturally occurring populations of free-roaming herbivores, can boost biodiversity and reduce the scale and impact of climate change. The EU should take account of this in all relevant strategy and policy going forwards.

Kick-off GrazeLIFE meeting marks step forward for European grazing

March 12, 2019  |  News

Held in the Gelderse Poort area of the Netherlands – an early showcase of European rewilding involving natural grazing – the three-day meeting sees GrazeLIFE project partners come together for the first time. Coordinated by Rewilding Europe, the three-year project will hopefully lead to increased EU legislative support for more natural grazing systems.

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