Rewild, recover: how a failing Sussex farm has become a beacon of hope
Isabella Tree’s book Wilding, published two years ago, has become an unexpected bestseller – and no-one is more astonished than the author herself. The book has transformed her, her husband Charlie Burrell and their Sussex estate Knepp into icons of conservation. In 2020, 30,000 people visited Knepp to encounter its extraordinary wildlife. “I think at a fundamental level it’s a story of hope,” Isabella says. “Nature has the power to recover in ways we simply don’t understand.”
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