Re-wilding to Improve Soil Health

We couldn’t wait to share this story of re-wilding an English dairy and crop farm, which was economically unsustainable. Letting nature take over has resulted in the return of hundreds of threatened and endangered species as well as enriching the heavy Sussex soils of dense clay. It is a success story worth sharing. One take-away is that thorny scrub can be left in corners and patches as beneficial habitat, as well as hedgerows being planted between fields and allowed to grow wild.