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Bahari Blu x Heal Rewilding Charity Partnership

“Raise money, buy land, rewild it” – Heal Rewilding



Bahari Blu is proud to announce a partnership with the charity ‘Heal Rewilding’. Heal is a UK rewilding charity taking action on nature recovery, climate change, and wellbeing. Starting on the 1st of April, 10% of Bahari Blu’s profits will be donated on a quarterly basis to support the incredible work that Heal aims to achieve for both the natural world, and our own wellbeing.


Founded in 2020, Heal is raising funds to buy degraded land in England and to rewild it.


What is meant by the term ‘rewild’?


To quote Heal:


“To us, rewilding means giving nature the breathing space it needs to heal.

It means the natural regeneration of trees, plants and wildflowers.

It means creating space where animals can live freely, and vulnerable species can recover.”


The UK ranks a saddening 189th in the world for biodiversity, with 41% UK animal species in decline. It is Heal’s mission to improve these figures. Excitingly, the organisation is on track to acquire its first rewilding site in the south of England in 2022 and has a long-term aim of eventually acquiring areas of land in every English county.


The Heal sites will not just be a safe haven for nature and ecosystems to exists freely, but will also be places of learning and engagement, where visitors will come to find out more about rewilding as a nature recovery approach, about living sustainably and about personal wellbeing.


The core source of inspiration for Bahari Blu jewellery comes from the beauty of the natural world. Wild places are where I find peace and solace, and so it is a privilege to be an official partner supporting this inspiring charity. As Heal themselves say: “not for profit, but for wild things. And all of us.”


Written by Sophie Witt, Founder of Bahari Blu




Notes to Editors:


Heal is a charity raising funding to buy land in England and rewild it, and the organisation is on track to acquire its first rewilding site in the south of England in 2022. The charity’s three pillars are nature recovery, climate change action and wellbeing. Our sites will also be places of learning and engagement, where visitors will come to find out more about rewilding as a nature recovery approach, about living sustainably and about personal wellbeing.


Young people are central to the charity’s work, with a youth panel scrutinising Heal plans and policies as they are developed, creating and refining marketing and promotional materials, contributing to awareness campaigns, and suggesting new ideas on how Heal can help people of all ages and backgrounds to reconnect with nature. As the land heals, increasing amounts of carbon will be sequestered, helping combat climate change. Our website is www.healrewilding.org.uk.