Regenerating Relationship

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Is nature normal or nominal?

Timshel Wildland is regenerating our relationship to nature so that we can regenerate our soils, sequester carbon, increase bio-diversity, nourish through nutrient-rich foods, and heal our communities.

We are a 400-acre regenerative, process-led, and emergent conservation farm in Nelson County, Virginia, that seeks to foster ecosystem restoration, greater carbon sequestration, nourishing meats, bio-diversity, and wild speices habitat. All life nurtured in the Wildland is free from toxic chemicals (pesticides, antibiotics, herbicides, fungicides, hormone stimulants, fertilizers, etc.), undue stress, excessive input, and is free to live an emergent life of natural abundance.

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Wildland Tours

Stop and smell the flowers, hear the story of the oak, and witness rich mixed-grassland regeneration via wild animal impact.


Wildland Camping

Luxurious camping on the side of hill and on the edge of our woodland, surrounded by nearly 400 acres of the Timshel’s rewilding project. This is real wildlife camping.


Wild Meats

Animals are the drivers of ecosystem regeneration, habitat restoration, and overall system’s health. Join the community of nature by eating wild.

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