Championing nature


Working with nature to effect lasting change

At Grow Wild, we believe that through championing nature, we can inspire and support people all over the UK to address the critical issues that affect our communities.

The urgency surrounding climate change and biodiversity loss as well as the multitude of social challenges faced by communities today mean that it has never been more important to learn about how our ecosystems work.

We want to inspire more people to take action to support nature, and reap the benefits this brings for our world: diverse and thriving habitats, resilient communities, social connectedness, wellbeing, creativity, and more.

We hope you'll join us in championing nature and creating change where it's needed most.

Read on to learn more about the wonderful complexity of the natural world, and how you can become an ambassador for our bees, bugs, wild spaces and fungi...




Why diverse habitats mean a healthy world

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Red poppies and other wildflowers in a meadow amongst tall grass

Why wildflowers matter

A small cluster of grey oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus ostreatus) grows from a bed of straw and mycelium

Why fungi matter

Credit Istock/Peter Swan.  A beautiful ruby-tailed wasp (Chrysis ignita agg), photographed in County Durham, England


Three people with dark hair and outdoor clothes walk along a grassy path alongside a bluebell woodland

Nature's benefits

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