In October, the Queer Nature exhibit at Kew Gardens celebrated both the diversity of plants and of Kew Gardens’ visitors.
“MEET BY THE WATERLILY POND, BRING WARM CLOTHES.” For those unfamiliar with the term forest bathing, you would be forgiven
Queen Elizabeth II attended a “Picnic At The Park” celebration at Bushy Park on 25 June 2002 and was fascinated
With Mother’s Day this Sunday, here are some ideas based in south west London for those stuck for ideas on
Croydon residents have decided to take matters into their own hands to combat the litter crisis strangling their local park.
A Richmond initiative is connecting people to nature through conservation work. Grow Wild in Richmond Park hosts weekly conservation work
There are two days left for Londoners to vote for an urban community project based out of Elephant & Castle,
An initiative in Richmond is using conservation work to connect people with nature and reduce loneliness. Grow Wild in Richmond
Kingfishers have returned to parts of south west London in a sign things are returning to normal. Carpenter Guy St
Over the pandemic, foraging in London became more popular as many Londoners looked for ways to cope with the lockdowns.
From reducing stress, anxiety and depression, to coping with grief, there is growing research which shows that spending time outside