Welcome to our journey restoring Gaia’s true colours. Our mission is to bring back the rich, natural beauty of Ireland that has been lost over centuries of industrialisation and urbanisation.
Your subscription helps make this dream a reality, connecting you directly to the rewilding process and making you a key player in this vital mission.
Our mission is guided by four key principles that define our approach to rewilding. Together, we will:
Understand the intricate dynamics of our ecosystems.
Bring back the native flora and fauna that once thrived.
Safeguard Irelands natural habitats.
Let nature reclaim its rightful place.
As a subscriber, you become an integral part of our rewilding mission. Your subscription provides the vital funding we need to research, restore, protect, and rewild Ireland’s natural habitats.
But it’s more than just a donation - we want you to be part of our journey. Subscribers receive regular updates on the progress of our rewilding projects, providing a behind-the-scenes look at the transformation of Ireland’s landscapes.
You’ll also have exclusive access to articles and reports from leading experts in the field, providing valuable insights into the world of rewilding.
Between November and March each year, we will plant a tree for every $5 of your donation.
What's more, subscribers will have the opportunity to get hands-on with rewilding through invitations to the project sites. Join us and become part of a community committed to restoring Ireland’s natural beauty.
Subscribers receive regular updates on the progress of our rewilding projects, providing a behind-the-scenes look at the transformation of Ireland’s landscapes.
You’ll also have exclusive access to content from leading experts in the field, articles, and reports, providing valuable insights into the world of rewilding.
Plus, subscribers will have the opportunity to get hands-on with rewilding through invitations to the project sites.
Join us and become part of a community committed to restoring Ireland’s natural beauty.
By making a one-time donation today, you can play a crucial role in our efforts to mitigate climate change, protect endangered species, and create a sustainable future for our planet. Your support will directly fund our rewilding projects, allowing us to plant trees, restore wetlands, and reintroduce native species to their natural habitats throughout Ireland.
Thanks to our most recent contributor, Lark. Their $5.00 will go towards making Ireland a more sustainable Island for future generations.
Project status: In Planning
To further facilitate pine marten recovery (and subsequently aid in red squirrel recovery alongside it) Wild Gaia is proposing to install a number of artificial den boxes across suitable woodland areas in Ireland, in particular where pine marten have already been recorded.
Project status: In Progress
We propose to undertake survey works in order to ascertain the current status and distribution of these rare tree species in Ireland.
Project status: In Planning
We propose to partner with Industry to buy, lease or manage a large area of agricultural land in order to reverse ecological degradation and recover biodiversity
Today, we face a critical lack of biodiversity, impacting our wildlife, ecosystems, and contributing to climate change.
Joining our mission provides a direct opportunity to combat this issue. Your subscription helps fund vital rewilding projects aimed at restoring native forests and reintroducing lost species.
Together, we can return Ireland to its wild roots and ensure a greener, more diverse future.
23 November 2023
According to a recent report by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), the world is on a dangerous path towards a 3-degree temperature rise this century due to global warming and record-breaking greenhouse gas emissions. This alarming trend has severe implications for both humanity and the planet's ecosystems.Read More About unep emissions gap report 2023
26 September 2023
We are thrilled to share with you the exciting journey of our first project. Our dream to contribute to a healthier, greener planet took a tangible form on the 15th of March, 2023, when we became the proud caretakers of a beautiful 26-acre farm on the Lecale Peninsula in County Down.Member Exclusive Content. Sign up now.
21 September 2023
Belfast City councillors passed a motion calling for Lough Neagh to be brought into public ownership due to the disastrous handling of its ecology which has seen unprecedented levels of toxic algae on the shores of the Lough.Read More About lough neagh public ownership
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