Take a walk on the wild side ...
We're working to reconnect kids with nature and supporting Project Wild Thing, a hilarious new documentary film that takes an off-beat look at children’s vanishing connection with nature.
Project Wild Thing is out on DVD now, but you can also watch it online, or at a special community screening.
The film launches a major campaign to reconnect kids with nature. With the Wild Network, we’re encouraging families to swap at least 30 minutes of screen time for ‘wild time’.
Find out more at the Project Wild Thing website or read the latest news on the blog.
We've collaborated with partners in the Wild Network to create the Wild Time app. Free to download on smartphones, it's bursting with ideas for new outdoor adventures. You can even add your own Wild Time activities on the Project Wild Thing website.
Reconnecting kids with nature
Head ranger at Gibside, Helen McDonald, told us all about their Wildlife Wednesdays.
Tom Burditt, lead ranger in South and East Cumbria, told us what they're doing to get kids enjoying the outdoors.
Parks and Gardens Manager, Nick Allison, tells us how Morden Hall Park is reconnecting kids with nature.
Tredegar house is a great place for kids to reconnect with nature.