We support partners in more than 20 landscapes worldwide

Together, we restore their local landscapes using the 4 Returns approach. We offer direct support and expertise, tools, funding, and access to a global network of people and organisations working on holistic landscape restoration. In some landscapes, we co-initiate and co-develop projects with our partners. In others, we connect and enhance the existing work of local landscape-based initiatives and stimulate new partnerships. We work directly with landscape partners, or support landscapes through regional, national and global partnerships.

Landscape partnerships

As part of our mission to make 4 Returns the new norm for landscape restoration, we are continually exploring new opportunities for more landscape partnerships to expand our reach and build up a global portfolio.


We have existing landscape partnerships in Europe and are exploring new collaborations with local initiatives. The long-term landscape partnerships include:

Through Aland, a Spanish 4 Returns foundation, landscape partnerships are now expanding in Spain. In the Netherlands, our partners Wij.Land and Lab are advancing other Dutch landscapes initiatives.

In Europe, our regional partnership is through Bioregional Weaving Labs, a collective of international system-changing organisations, including Ashoka Fellowship and Presencing Institute. These landscapes are:

  • Bioregion around Waterford County, Ireland | since 2021
  • Fläming, Brandenburg, Germany | since 2022
  • Oltenia de sub Munte (Vâlcea County), Romania | since 2021
  • Thermenlinie Wiener-Becken, Vienna, Austria | since 2022
  • Jämtland (Åre region), Sweden | since 2021
  • Adour Garonne Basin, France | since 2022
  • The Flow Country, Scotland | since 2022 in partnership with Wetlands International and Landscape Finance Lab
  • Mallorca, Catalunya, Spain | since 2022


We work with long-standing landscape partnerships and are exploring opportunities for new collaborations with local landscape initiatives across Africa.

Asia Pacific

We have taken the first steps towards developing further collaborative work in the Asia Pacific region, having initiated a landscape partnership in Australia in 2015. We support:

The Americas