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In Your Community

Make nature part of your life and community

We must all be part of the change every day: creating wilder spaces, making nature part of our lives and communities and speaking up on its behalf.

Be inspired by the amazing work already under way across the UK by people who are taking action for nature and making a difference in their communities.

Young Voices for Nature - 'Our Beautiful Wild'

It's been months of hard work, but our film made by Young People, 'Our Beautiful Wild, is now here! Sign up to host a screening of the film.

Trainees working at Waterloo Millennium Green, Bankside Open Spaces Trust (BOST) and The Worshipful Company of Gardeners, Future Gardeners Training Scheme, London, UK
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Together for nature

When people come together, great things can happen so join your neighbours to build strength in numbers and drive change for nature. Every community can make a difference, from planting wildlife-friendly flowers along your road and managing your local green space to encouraging landowners and local authorities to do their bit.

Do you live in a city, the countryside or in suburbia? Are you a beginner or a seasoned veteran of community action? Whoever you are, we have hints, advice and inspiring stories for you over on the RSPB’s Nature on Your Doorstep pages. Thanks to all the nature charities and organisations who have inspired and informed these resources.

A story of hope... in a time of crisis

Use film to bring your community together and make a real impact for nature in your local area.

£1 million Save Our Wild Isles Community Fund

Aviva, in partnership with WWF and the RSPB, gave away £1 million to support community groups across the UK to protect and restore nature in their local area. 

Seven young people on a muddy hike

UK-wide youth network

Are you a young person who wants to save our nature and wildlife? UK Youth 4 Nature mobilises and empowers young people to seek and call for decisive action in order to protect and restore biodiversity and ecosystems in the UK. By uniting youth voices and giving them a platform, and by training the next generation of environmental leaders, the community of young people taking action is growing stronger every day, ultimately securing a more nature-filled future.