What Is Rewilding?
Rewilding is a form of environmental conservation and ecological restoration with species that are native to an area.
"A Healthy Environment Is The Foundation Of All Life-Supporting Systems, Including That Of Our Own Well-Being."
The Horse as a native species to North America is an “integral component of the Natural System,” as stated by the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act 1971 (PUBLIC LAW 92-195).
A Keystone Species is defined as one having a disproportionately important role in its natural environment relative to its abundance. It effectively holds its habitat in place.
The wild horse maintains, protects and helps to rebuild environmental systems and allows other native species to thrive—all working to keep nature in balance. Our aim is to demonstrate its role as a keystone species.
Free-roaming wild horses
Excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere goes back in the ground
Native wildlife abundance
Rewilding America Now works with traditional ecological knowledge and breakthrough scientific research to create rewilding initiatives for wild horses, people and environments.