Frequently Asked Questions

What is Re:wild Your Campus's Fellowship Program?

Our student fellowship supports student activists as they seek to make change on their campus through an elimination of synthetic herbicides and a transition to organic land management. Upon entering the fellowship, students are provided with resources, live trainings, and one-on-one coaching sessions to build and maintain their on-campus campaign. Through our innovative fellowship, students gain valuable skills that can be applied to future environmental, social, and political activism efforts.

Since its origin at the University of California, Berkeley in 2017, Re:wild Your Campus has spread to twenty other campuses across the United States. Highlights from the 2021 fellowship cohort include schools that embarked on rewilding projects, passed campus resolutions for organic land management, and created designated organic spaces on their campuses. 

My campus does not have a Re:wild Your Campus campaign. Can I start one?

Yes! We are not accepting applications for our fellowship at this time, but will be again in Spring of 2023. In the meantime you can subscribe to our email list to receive updates!

If I am not a college student, can I join the Re:wild Your Campus movement?

If you are a concerned community member who would like to advocate for the use of organic land care practices or would like to find alternatives to synthetic herbicide use for your yard, check out the organizations below.

Non Toxic Communities

Beyond Pesticides

Organic Land Care Project

Re:wild Your Campus primarily focuses on college and university campaigns, while also engaging in some policy work. To see more ways of getting involved, sign up for our newsletter below and considering supporting Re:wild Your Campus through a donation.

How can I or my business/organization/foundation support the work of Re:wild Your Campus?

If you are an individual, business, or foundation interested in learning more about the work of Re:wild Your Campus and how you can be involved, please reach out to us at