Spring to Life
Celebrate the circle of life this spring by noticing and nurturing nature around us.
Notice the little things…
Warm sun, budding flowers, blossoming trees, busy birds and bees. Spring has sprung, and with that comes new life. Join us as we notice and nurture the new beginnings emerging this season.
By inviting nature into our everyday routine – planting flowers, choosing healthy foods and making space for wildlife – we can all help make this spring a season of growth.
Free activities for school holiday funWith nature all around us, there’s no time to be bored in the school holidays this spring!
A taste of spring – seasonal recipe ideasEnjoy the flavours of spring produce.
Spring to Life bucket list challenge
Get your kids closer to nature with our list of 20 things to do in Spring. How many can you tick off?
Spring nature: what to notice at this time of yearThe first day of March is the start of spring. See our list of things to spot in nature this season.
Spring photo challengeThank you to everyone who entered our Spring to Life photo challenge! Take a look at the gallery of our favourite photos.
Making space for natureWe can all make space for nature in our daily lives. Let's help make this spring a season of growth by nurturing more nature around us.
Spring is when you feel like whistling even with a shoe full of slush.
– Doug Larson
Check out our latest Podcast
Our Environmental Land Management team on livestock, lambing and the environment
Does our connection with nature really matter?Jayne Manley explains why it is vital that we embed social engagement of people with nature into our future.
People's Assembly for Nature
The People’s Plan For Nature is a stirring call for urgent and immediate action from every part of society, to reverse the shocking declines in nature. Add your voice.
Big Farmland Bird CountEvery year, Earth Trust take part in the Big Farmland Bird Count to help monitor UK farmland bird populations and the impact of our conservation practices.
People & Nature
Join us as we work towards a society where everyone across the UK can access green space, connect with nature and be its champion.