Welcome to 1000 Acres

 

1000 Acres is a not-for-profit project aiming to regenerate the areas of the UK countryside that have been scarred by industrial and commercial activities.

We are going to plant a huge variety of trees, plants, wild flowers, heather, and native species that have declined in number, such as the Bluebell and certain trees. Every part of the 1000 Acres projects is to be guaranteed pesticide free, to ensure the greatest return to life possible.

We are also working with local specialist apiarists – Bee Keepers to you and me – to help stem the tide of another ecological disaster, the alarming death rate of our bee population.

Within 5 years, we are aiming to have these areas designated as ‘wildlife sanctuaries’ and, in time, give them to individual trusts, who will be given guardianship of the land and continue the task of maintaining them.

1000 Acres is a huge project and we need support to enable us to start on this endeavour, so please support us today, and help us regenerate the damaged UK countryside!

Please visit out project page to find out more about our work

Our Plan

Native Plant Growth

 

Native plants have been routinely substituted for imported plants, either for aesthetic reasons, or due to them being ‘higher yield’ commercial crops.

 

We aim to reintroduce native species, such as fruit trees, heathers and bluebells in a natural manner, to increase the national numbers of these wonderful plants.

Support The Bees

 

Bees are vital to the world. Without them, we would not have pollination of plants, with a resulting knock on effect for all of Earth’s inhabitants.

 

Their survival is vital to our survival and reintroducing them to areas will benefit the UK as a whole.

Rejuvenate Land

 

The UK has large areas of land devastated by antiquated industrial and commercial practices that are ceasing to be practical.

 

Taking this land and restoring it to its former natural state will enable us to bring back native species of plants and animals and reverse the effects of the past.

If you want to help support a project, please click the link below to visit our projects page and find out more