We believe that everyone deserves to live in a healthy, wildlife-rich natural world and experience the joy of wildlife every day.
Nature is vital for our health and happiness but for most of us, our daily surroundings are artificial. More and more people live their lives with little or no contact with nature, and this disconnect affects our mental health, contributes to obesity and even has an impact on life expectancy.
Seeing birds near our homes, spending time in green spaces filled with wild flowers, and walking along rivers that are clean and clear reduces stress, fatigue, anxiety and depression.
We want to create opportunities for more people to get closer to nature in their everyday lives.
Visit our nature reserves
We have wonderful places where you can feel the benefits of nature first hand - find a nature reserve near you.
30 Days Wild
This June, join hundreds of thousands of people across the UK taking part in 30 Days Wild. We’re challenging you to do something a little bit wild every day in June - take part
Rewild a Child
We’re making nature a part of growing up again by providing activities for local children in Sussex to explore the outdoors, learn new skills and try something different.
From imaginative play in woodlands to pond-dipping and getting wet and muddy, this builds confident, healthy and happy children and makes a connection with nature that can last a lifetime. Find out more
We provide environmental education and teacher training to encourage the enjoyment and understanding of wildlife through life-long learning.
Our activities and games are designed to support aspects of the National Curriculum, but we also want participants to be inspired to protect the natural world around them. Find out more