There’s a challenge coming and it is all about noticing and connecting with nature where you live and helping nature where you can. Sounds good, right? Enter, the UK’s biggest Nature Challenge – 30 Days Wild with the Wildlife Trust. The Wildlife Trust want to share their passion for nature and so are challenging us all to do one wild thing a day throughout the month of June! That’s 30 simple, fun and exciting Random Acts of Wildness.
At the Boundary Way Project, we can’t wait to get wild and stuck into this challenge to celebrate the nature around us! We’ll be sharing our moments in nature on our Instagram account ( and are looking forward to our community taking time to do one wild thing a day for our health, wellbeing and planet. Will you be joining us?
When you sign up to join the challenge, you’ll get a free pack of goodies to help you plan your wild month, plus lots of ideas to inspire you to stay wild all throughout June (and beyond!). It is a free initiative to join in on and a great way to get outside as the Summer season approaches. The pack gives you loads of ideas for how to get involved, from exercising outside and writing to your MP about green issues to enjoying your breakfast al fresco for the Big Wild Breakfast or going on a bug hunt. There’s activities for everyone, with an additional pack designed to ensure people with additional needs can also connect to nature and feel inspired. You’ll get access to all of this and more when you sign up! We can’t wait to get started!
Here’s some shots of some Random Acts of Wildness we’ve done in the Community Garden in the past to provide some inspiration for your nature-focused month:
Remember, when sharing your Random Acts of Wildness on social media, make sure to use #30DaysWild, and if you’d like us to see what you’re doing then use the #boundarywayproject too! We can’t wait to see you all go wild in June!