Each June, The Wildlife Trusts challenge you to do one wild thing a day for 30 days. Last year around 360,000 people took part, completing millions of Random Acts of Wildness. Every one of these Random Acts of Wildness tells its own story, from heroic litter picks and epic sagas of wild walks, to calming tales of forest bathing, stargazing and cloud watching.
We asked some of last year’s participants to share their own 30 Days Wild stories.
Kim and her three young children love adventure, but they felt like their outdoor time was too often lost to the cosy temptation of the sofa, a piece of cake and a television screen. Kim had fond memories of a childhood spent playing outdoors and was determined to give her children a freer and wilder childhood, with more time outside for exploring and learning about the world around them. 30 Days Wild provided the perfect opportunity to make her family wilder.