The ambitious goals we have to restore ecosystems for biodiversity and rural development can only be achieved through collaboration. As we continue to move forward with our projects, please reach out to us if you think you can help.
True Nature Foundation is growing quickly and we could use help in a wide variety of areas and project sites. We are open to working with partners at all levels, from impact-focused grant and investor partners to international companies and organisations. There are many opportunities when we share the common vision of ecological restoration as a means for biodiversity conservation, reviving rural communities and CO2 removal to reverse climate change. Please find below the details of our current partnerships.
Climate Cleanup Foundation is an independent non-profit, established by entrepreneurs who actually take down CO2 from the atmosphere. Climate Cleanup is a plan to realize massive CO2 drawdown with the aim to reverse global warming and regenerate nature. Their mission is to reverse climate change by restoring the global carbon balance through nature-based solutions.
SAVE (Safeguard for Agricultural Varieties in Europe) is the European umbrella organization for the safeguarding of agricultural variety. Its mission is the conservation and promotion of genetic and historically important cultural variety in agricultural flora and fauna. Particular emphasis is placed on ensuring the survival of threatened breeds of farm animals and species of cultivated plants.
Van Hall Larenstein
Van Hall Larenstein (VHL) is a university of applied sciences. VHL train high-quality, ambitious and innovative professionals and contributes to a more sustainable world through research, skills and knowledge development. The curricula of VHL University of Applied Sciences focus on the domains Delta Areas and Resources – Food and Dairy – Animal and Business.
Wageningen University explores the potential of nature to improve the quality of life. The university is part of Wageningen University & Research and is the only university in the Netherlands to focus specifically on the theme ‘healthy food and living environment’. We do so by working closely together with governments and the business community.
Centre for Regional Studies (CRS)
The Centre for Regional Studies is a non-governmental and non-for-profit organisation founded in October 1998 in Odessa by a group of researchers, public officers and experts in regional development. The centre’s goal is to facilitate sustainable development of the Odessa Oblast and the Ukrainian Black Sea Region through research and professional project management in various fields of regional development.
European Wildlife is a Pan-European non-profit organization dedicated to nature preservation and environmental protection. Their key objective is to conserve biological diversity and to reduce the impact of climatic changes on nature and humankind. They are creating a network of non-state nature reserves aimed at helping endangered species of plants and animals to survive or to return to areas where, in the past, they were exterminated.
Long Now Foundation
The Long Now Foundation was established in 01996* to develop the Clock and Library projects, as well as to become the seed of a very long-term cultural institution. The Long Now Foundation hopes to provide a counterpoint to today’s accelerating culture and help make long-term thinking more common. Revive & Restore’s mission is to enhance biodiversity through the genetic rescue of endangered and extinct species.
EXARC consists of four internal networks for theirr Members. Subjects are Archaeological Open-Air Museums, Experimental Archaeology, Ancient Technology and Interpretation. The EXARC community is vibrant, dynamic and growing with almost 200 members in 30+ countries.
Wales Wild Land Foundation is the charity running the Cambrian Wildwood initiative, which is its major project. It does not have its own website, instead having this page on the Cambrian Wildwood website. Wales Wild Land Foundation was founded in 2007 by Peter Taylor, Simon Ayres and Mick Green, an ecologist who has worked extensively across Wales including the Cambrian Mountains.