Help us spread the word
We could not do the work we do protecting local wildlife and wild spaces for people to enjoy without the support of a whole host of people, including our members, volunteers and partners.
Do you know someone who loves wildlife, but who isn't yet a member? Do you have a local noticeboard where a poster could go? There are lots of ways you can help us to get the word out about our work.
Put up a poster
We've produced some simple posters that are easy to print out and put up on a noticeboard. If you've got a community centre or have a spot on your workplace noticeboard for a poster, why not share one of ours?
Share your copy of Local Wildlife magazine
Have you got a stack of the latest issues gathering dust? Do you recycle your copy straight away once you've read it? Why not drop them in to your local doctor's surgery or hairdressers instead!
The Wildlife Trust in the workplace
Did you know that your workplace could be a member of the Wildlife Trust, too? It's a great way for a company to show a commitment to their local environment, and we also offer resources for looking after employees in the workplace. Wild Work Days, our Wildlife Gardening at Work Awards and 30 Days Wild each June - there are lots of ways to get your colleagues on board and your company involved.
And it's good for you, and good for productivity, too! Valerie Todd from Siemens UK has written a blog about wild wellbeing in the workplace.
Talk and share!
It may sound simple, but talking about us on social media (tag us in @wildlifebcn) and sharing some of our posts online really do make a difference to the number of people we can reach. If you love your local nature reserve, tell your friends... If you enjoyed our latest campaign video with David Attenborough, share it with your colleagues.