Our impact Our Impact Explained We believe everyone should have equitable access to the power of nature. Supporting people from all backgrounds, we use the power of nature to rebuild, reawaken and refocus the lives of those who may not necessarily have access to nature, having a hugely positive impact on their mental health. We believe in the power of Green Care – the idea of the environment being a useful and advantageous tool in the care of us all in society. Our woodland environment is rich with inspiration and resources, which we use to immerse attendants in activities that develop physical, social and emotional skills. A lot of those we work with won't normally have access to the green space we bring them into, so getting them involved in appropriate woodland management tasks such as green woodworking, campfire cooking, natural crafts and nature connection activities really helps them to explore and benefit from an environment which is often new to them. Our fully-funded courses are aimed at adults, children and young people who have experienced issues that have a real impact on their mental health, including victims of violence, trauma or abuse. We also work with ex-military personnel, those with a history of offending or are in recovery from substance or alcohol misuse. Our nature-based courses use the power of nature to build resilience and resourcefulness in participants, giving them the skills they need to immerse themselves back into society and deal with day to day life, ultimately minimising their reliance on the NHS and public services. View case studies of those we have helped, here.