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Archive for May 2021

St Nicks’ Volunteer Story: Natalie Rea

We caught up with our Precious Plastic York volunteer, Natalie Rea, and asked her some nosy questions about what inspires her and how she hopes to help St Nicks make a difference. Tell us a bit about yourself. My name is Natalie Rea. I am an Earth enthusiast. Having studied Geology for my undergraduate degree, […]

Posted 20 May 2021 | Categories: Inspiration, Interview, Waste and recycling | Tags: collaboration, community, design, education, innovation, interview, plastic, precious plastic, STEM, sustainability, volunteer, volunteering, zero waste

How to rewild yourself and reconnect with nature

We hear a lot these days about how to rewild nature – a form of conservation and ecological restoration that has significant potential to increase biodiversity through letting things take their natural course, reintroducing native species and not having too much human interference. But is it also possible to rewild ourselves? This could mean doing […]

Posted 11 May 2021 | Categories: Ecotherapy | Tags: ecotherapy, foraging, garden, mental wellbeing, nature, nature connectedness, nature journal, plants, rewilding, senses, weather, wellbeing, wildlife