Our Sponsors


Our Sponsors

Our Sponsors


Mossy Earth is a social enterprise whose main aim is, by restoring ecosystems, to deliver real environmental change and make a positive impact on the state of the planet’s wilderness. Their love for nature compelled them to build a platform where people can interact with conservation in a whole new way. Mossy Earth is currently supporting wetland improvements in the Paul de Toirões rewilding area.


Zoo of Barcelona is a public body under the City Council of Barcelona, and its mission is to contribute to the conservation of wildlife and biodiversity of this planet, working in cooperation with other zoos, administrations, organizations and university and scientific centres. Zoo de Barcelona is currently supporting the LIFE WolFlux project.



Symington Family Estates is one of the world’s leading producers of premium port, the leading vineyard owner in the Douro Valley and one of the top Portuguese wine producers. Symington Family Estates is currently supporting Rewilding Portugal through its Impact Fund, which provides long-term funding for organisations and causes that are working on positive solutions to social and environmental issues in the Douro, Porto and Alentejo regions.

The European Nature Trust has an annual funding commitment to support Rewilding Portugal’s work. TENT are committed to elevating the profile of Iberian wildlife, supporting the production of wildlife media, podcasts and films, and co-ordinating press trips to Rewilding Portugal’s project area. Their outreach work helps to drive engagement and education with the value of Iberian wildlife conservation.

The Ecological Restoration Fund (ERF) supports work that protects biodiverse hot-spots, rejuvenates degraded landscapes and promotes local environmental activism across the UK and Europe.They help to re-establish nature’s essential interconnections, whilst enhancing opportunities for local communities to create sustainable, nature-based economies. The ERF is helping fund wetland creation and expasion in the Paul de Toirões rewilding area.

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