who we are

Enabling our communities’

connection with nature.

Nature Nurture is a creative social enterprise rooted in nature and wellbeing. We support local communities to connect to the green spaces and waterways around them.

Through our partnership approach, delivered with kindness and creativity, we focus on the co-creation of nature initiatives and activities accessible by all.

We draw from a variety of approaches, including Forest School, Earth Education, Shinrin Yuko, Environmental Education, eco-therapy and the creative arts. Unique to our approach is our creativity; bringing concepts to life and making change feel achievable and exciting as well as important.

Our big difference:

We work in partnership with those committed to change.

We partner with hyper-local regional and national organisations to create inclusive, diverse strategies that bring people and nature together.

our partners include…

We collaborate with all communities, including marginalised groups.

We bridge the gap between those responsible for local blue and green spaces and the diverse people that live and work within them including disadvantaged groups and BAME communities.

This approach enables us to achieve multiple outcomes including personal wellbeing, climate change awareness & actions and improved nature and biodiversity.

We take an evidence-based approach that focuses on the wellbeing benefits of nature.

Everything we do is with the single goal of making it easier for more people to access nature to improve their wellbeing – a connection that’s grounded in academic research. We’re focussed on helping you make positive changes, not adding hype to the current storm of eco-anxiety and the cost of living crisis.

Spending time outdoors has a protective effect on mental health. Restoring and expanding green and blue spaces in urban areas increases the resilience of cities in the face of pandemics.

Erik Gómez-Baggethun, Professor at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences as part of a international study carried out in March-May 2020.

If you’re ready to explore how we can help enhance the wellbeing of your communities, let’s talk.