Our Myplace team have been hard at work, creating new opportunities for people to connect with nature.
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Watching wildlife from your window is a life saver and has helped people to escape from their lockdown isolation during the Coronavirus pandemic, our new report has revealed.
The Myplace team have been providing local communities with free growing kits during the lockdown period to help people connect with wildlife at home.
Quality time outside makes us all feel better and the Lancashire Wildlife Trust's Myplace and School Grounds teams have been working to provide NHS staff and patients with a space to unwind…
The Wildlife Trusts and University of Derby evaluate the benefits of daily nature contact with 1,000 people over five years.
Staying connected to each other and to the outside world has never been more important than right now. We are proud to be offering a way to do just that with our free online ecotherapy sessions.…
That's right - 30 Days Wild is back this June, and sign-up is open now!
The Wildlife Trusts call for every child to have a daily one-hour nature boost.
Lancashire is leading the way when it comes to prescribing nature to help deal with mental health issues.
New report reveals that prescribing nature is excellent value for money.