Volunteering for The Wildlife Trusts isn’t just great for wildlife, it’s good for you too, as nature and wellbeing manager, Dom Higgins explains.
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Joe Harkness, also known as BirdTherapy, writes and speaks about the benefits of bird watching for mental health. Here he tells his story, and the impact that nature has had on him.
During Mental Health Awareness Week, Valerie Todd, Human Resources Director from Siemens UK and Ireland, showcases a way that all workplaces can help to alleviate this crisis: through ‘wild…
Today is a celebration of the growing practice of prescribing positive activities over pills!
To celebrate #iWill week, we've asked young people involved in the Our Bright Future programme - a partnership led by The Wildlife Trusts that helps young people gain vital skills and…
To mark the very first ‘One Health’ week, Dom Higgins reports on what this means for nature, people and a wilder future:
Dominic Higgins reports on World Mental Health Day and what The Wildlife Trusts are doing.
Dominic Higgins reports on findings from the BBC's Loneliness Project and what The Wildlife Trusts are doing to help.
Louise Baker works for Your Health Limited, a private group that runs residential care homes across the country. Could engagement with wildlife help stimulate the residents’ lives and improve…
Dom Higgins, Nature and Wellbeing Manager for The Wildlife Trusts, comments on the Government’s ambition to improve people’s health and wellbeing through a 25 Year Environment Plan