For 3 days, I stayed at Knepp Estate, a project based in West Sussex that focused on the concept of ‘Rewilding’. Knepp estate originally farmed crops, but due to the poor soil quality, the farmers rarely made profit. The ‘Rewilding’ project started when the estate owner, Charlie, decided to let nature take over, revealing a diverse and extensive ecology system that had evolved during the ‘Rewilding’ period. Rare species of bird, butterfly, reptiles and mammals began appearing on the estate. The aim of the project now is to expand the land, turning unsuitable farming land into areas of ‘Rewilding’. This aim is funded through their camping and safaris experience available at Knepp.