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John Muir Trust
UK conservation charity dedicated to the experience, protection & repair of wild places.
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Working for Nature 13h
Our trainees of the future? Enjoying a taster day Idle Valley pulling balsam and completing a John Muir Discovery award. Traineeship applications go live 1st July thanks to
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It's nearly newsletter time! Sign up for our monthly digest of environmental inspiration and information
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New Learning for Sustainability Action Plan endorses outdoor learning for learners, educators, schools and their wider communities to help build a socially-just, environmentally sustainable and equitable society:
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In the Lake District over the next next week? Join us for a walk to Red Tarn and Catstycam
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John Muir Trust Jun 23
Our climate is changing, and we can see it on the mountain. Here's how... and some ideas to mitigate our own impact when we're next on the hill
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John Muir Trust Jun 23
"The Trees are coming into leaf, like something almost being said..." - Philip Larkin Help make the woods "begin afresh" - please donate to our Wild Woods appeal
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John Muir Trust Jun 22
Our amazing landscapes may be marketed by professionals, but keeping them amazing is mostly down to volunteers. We reflect on visitor impact on Ben Nevis and elsewhere
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John Muir Trust Jun 22
The John Muir Award provides a way for people to get involved - in maths, science, their environment and community. We've recently been at the Scottish Parliament to represent!
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John Muir Trust Jun 21
"The more one learns of this intricate interplay of soil, altitude, weather, and the living tissues of plant and insect, the more the mystery deepens. Knowledge does not dispel mystery." Nan Shepherd, The Living Mountain. Our staff favourites , from Sarah McNeil
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John Muir Trust Jun 21
Some Friday lunchtime reading: share their pick of the 20 finest Corbetts (beautiful photos too!)
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John Muir Trust Jun 21
Uplands for the common good? We want to know what England's high places mean to you -
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John Muir Trust Jun 20
The adults of tomorrow are more engaged than ever as the young people of today. Here's how the is helping
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John Muir Trust Jun 20
Please support the crowdfunder - they do fantastic work to protect and support a completely unique environment, including Glen Coe and Ben Nevis
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John Muir Trust Jun 20
Joined up thinking... Ecology in education and education as ecology
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Restoring Hardknott Forest Jun 20
Some of the bonus sights as we surveyed the native tree regeneration at Hardknott Forest over the last two weeks.
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John Muir Trust Jun 20
"This is one of my favourite birds, I think because it reminds me of the hills I walked as a child. I am really pleased to hear it, like an old friend." Quietness and company - a bird survey in Assnyt
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Helen Todd Jun 19
Huge thanks to for all of your efforts to protect Scotland's landscapes and environment by bringing fully into the planning system. Very disappointing result, but the campaign will go on. See debate at 17.10 onwards
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John Muir Trust Jun 19
Rising sea levels, increasingly fragile montane flora, path erosion and snowpack integrity - just some of the ways in which our changing climate is making itself known to lovers of the outdoors.
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John Muir Trust Jun 19
Catch up with all things environmental action and activism in our recent newsletter
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John Muir Trust Jun 18
We're looking for your views on England's upland commons - what do these places contribute, and how should they be managed?
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