Director: Matthew Jarvis
Duration of the film: 15 minutes
November 8 to 10, 2021
Trailer: hereTwitter: @jarvismj and @SWildlands | Instagram: @swildlands and @jarvismj
This short documentary explores the rewilding work at Godney Marshes on the Somerset Levels. The project, led by Alasdair Cameron, explores a hands-off and community-based approach to rewilding. In the film, together with Alasdair and his lead ecologist Pete, a conversation is developed to find out what the levels could look like if we gave nature space to return.
This film was made externally from the Somerset Wildlands project team; therefore, it is not an internal production.
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