‘Caroline had already briefed me, on the drive from Fort William station, with her plans to regenerate wildlife whilst farming cattle in the uplands. “Conservationists use livestock to get some of their aims achieved” she’d told me, “and farmers are happy to be wildlife-friendly as long as they get paid for it. But the key is to genuinely integrate wildlife and farming. Then you can bring back species you’d never expect. And make money.” Combining elements of rewilding and agriculture, she’s named her approach ‘wilderculture.’’ Read more in the May 2019 edition of BBC Countryfile Magazine

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