The Woodland Trust wants to make sure everybody in the UK has the chance to plant a tree. So they're giving away hundreds of thousands of trees to schools and communities. Together, we'll get millions more trees in the ground.
You might not know it but you are probably already doing things everyday that are great for nature and also great for you! From saving water to growing veg, and walking to school to reusing carrier bags.
Below are a whole range of downloadable activities, materials, videos and links to help you connect with nature in your neighbourhood and discover how your everyday actions can help with nature’s recovery!
Order free trees for your school and community
Demand nature’s restoration with the Environment Bill
Lend your voice to the call for a legally binding target to reverse the declines and avert the catastrophic impacts of widespread nature loss.
WAYS TO MAKE YOUR GARDEN WILDLIFE FRIENDLY
A handy guide on ways to make your garden wildlife friendly and turn it into an organic fine dining restaurant for a whole range of visitors, written by wildlife gardener Jane Krish
Marine Stewardship Council
Look out for the MSC label on fish products so you know they have come from sustainable fisheries
Sustainable Palm Oil
Choose RSPO sustainable palm oil for wildlife, habitats and people
Forest Stewardship Council
Look out for the FSC label on wood products so you know they come from sustainable forests
Get your garden supplies from Avon Wildlife Trust's 'Grow Wilder' community project, where people and wildlife thrive in a productive setting
How to use less plastic
Plastic waste and its damaging effect on our seas and natural world has been big news recently and The Wildlife Trusts have some top tips to reduce the plastic in your everyday
Wetland friendly living
10 top tips for saving water at home from WWT