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Rewilding Futures can help you take a glimpse into a wilder future. An oasis of life in a secluded Dartmoor valley which has been treasured by the same family for over half a century. A place where nature takes the lead and where we try to farm in her image using permaculture and regenerative agriculture principles. Visit, stay, learn, love, return.

Leewood Glamping, enjoy romantic rural seclusion

This is outdoor living at its best. Unique spaces in glorious secluded settings on the edge of Dartmoor. Nature bathe, campfire cooking, star gazing, wild swimming, meadow views, cosy from your super king size bed. Sorry, not suitable for kids or dogs.

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Walk n talk

For anyone interested in more nature friendly farming practice, improving soil health, completely chemical free food n fibre - a Regenerative form of Agriculture. Imaginative Farm diversification including Glamping.

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Leewood Studios. Film & Photography Location

A secluded valley location with an eclectic mix of indoor and outdoor spaces where nature takes priority. Woodland, river running water, ancient pasture. Some props and animals available for hire.

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Nick Viney - Regenerative Agriculture

I am interested in assisting farmers/ land managers who feel that they would like to take a look at more regenerative systems. To have a no obligation, informal chat about what regenerative farming could mean to them. Folk who want to grow their 'Natural Capital' , graze for biodiversity, increase their livestock carrying capacity whilst reducing input costs. Rewild areas maybe and increase productivity in others. Create a true mosaic of habitats. Practical, one to one support to help land managers transition optimistically into the next age of farming & land management. I'd like to blur the lines between conventional farming practice and rewilding. I believe that biodiversity can return using high densities of grazing livestock if managed correctly and for the carrying capacity of your farm to increase 2 fold in your first growing season.

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Big Slow Portraits

Ryan Eldon Rodgers with large format cameras

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