We are on a serious mission to save land and species. This has never been more important, or urgent, with UK’s biodiversity down by nearly 50% and particularly in light of recent talks at COP26 in Glasgow:
Sir David Attenborough, speaking at COP26
The Vegan Land Movement CIC (VLM) was established to acquire land, especially that which has been previously used for animal agriculture and to repurpose it for the benefit of local ecosystems and its inhabitants. We buy monoculture grazing land and through rewilding, transform depleted fields into vibrant, biodiverse landscapes – effectively giving the land back to the Earth.
We believe that transforming the land is a powerful response to many of our urgent crises: climate change; biodiversity loss; disconnection from nature and animal exploitation. The Vegan Land Movement CIC (VLM) is premised on non-violent land use and includes veganic farming, such as community orchards, as well as compassionate conservation and rewilding.
We recently planted over 300 tree saplings on our first piece of purchased ex-grazing land in Somerset.
Our second project is another patch of dairy grazing pastureland, that we would like to give back to the earth and endangered wildlife. It is approximately 7 acres and has a guide price of £20,000 to £35,000. We are expecting this to go for nearer £40,000
This plot is ideal to be rewilded. We believe that a small parcel of land such as this is an ideal way to showcase the possibilities of reclaiming land that has been laid waste by animal agriculture. We hope to show the enormous potential of collective vegan land buyouts.
But we need your help. This buyout is only possible if we pull together as a collective to make this happen.
Please help us at this critical time for the planet, do something positive to help mitigate the effects of climate change and to help boost our dwindling biodiversity.
Let’s make a difference.
Thank you for your support.
Terms and Conditions
If we are unsuccessful, either by being outbid or by not raising enough funds, then all the money raised will not be refunded, but simply put towards another patch of land within our price range, as soon as possible. There is no ‘lose’ scenario here, just a win for the earth and its inhabitants.