30 Days Wild: Encouraging daily Random Acts of Wildness through June to connect with nature

Go 30 Days Wild this June with Random Acts of Wildness – anything from growing your own herbs, seeking out nature reserves in your area, creating decorations in your home from fallen tree branches, making a daisy chain or muddling a concoction of mint leaves, lime and sugar to create a kickass mojito cocktail.

30 Days Wild is an awareness-raising campaign, launched by the The Wildlife Trusts, to get people to appreciate and connect with nature.

The Wildlife Trusts say: “A Random Act of Wildness is about making time to connect with nature around you, or doing something small yourself to help nature.

“It might seem obvious, but spending time in nature is good for you. 30 Days Wild is all about taking a little bit of time every day to do something a little bit wild, so take the challenge and you might just find yourself feeling a little bit healthier, happier and wilder!

“Random Acts of Wildness are all about experiencing, learning about and helping your local wildlife. They can be simple, small, fun and exciting too.”

As part of the campaign, The Wildlife Trusts is giving away a free 30 Days Wild pack which includes stickers, a wallchart and some wildflower seeds to help you go wild. The pack contains tips and ideas on what you can do as A Random Act of Wildness.

People are encouraged to share their Random Act of Wildness on social media using #30DaysWild along with thousands of other people taking part.

The packs are available only to those who live in the UK, but the campaign is not exclusive to the UK and anyone in the world can adopt this initiative.

The Wildlife Trusts protects and stands up for wildlife and wild places throughout the UK. The organisation cares for 2,300 diverse and beautiful nature reserves, from remote woods and rivers to inner city nature parks.

30 Days Wild

Rosalind Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She is a writer specialising in sustainable life & style, music, entertainments and wellbeing. Rosalind also works as a spiritual life coach and intuitive advisor helping people to become who they truly are and manifest their heart & soul’s desires into their lives: www.rosalindmedea.com

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