The John Muir Award works with and supports initiatives, campaigns and organisations that share our mission to help people connect with, enjoy, and care for wild places. They often provide valuable information and inspiration for those taking part in the John Muir Award.
A website full of information and activities that help connect with Muir's messages, stories and adventures.
Mission:Explore Book Series
The Greater London National Park City
Greater London National Park City concept aims to protect wild places of London for future generations to enjoy.
#iwill is a national campaign that aims to make social action part of life for as many 10 to 20 year-olds as possible by the year 2020. Through collaboration and partnership it is spreading the word about the benefits of youth social action, working to embed it in the journey of young people and creating fresh opportunities for the participation.
Year of Fieldwork
Fieldwork and other out-of-classroom learning experiences are increasingly being recognised across the curriculum as a highly valuable tool in raising standards and skills in participants of all ages. The Year of Fieldwork brings together a range of partners to celebrate these skills and opportunities and to offer support for those that wish to develop these further.
Information on how schools, colleges and universities can easily combine fieldwork with a John Muir Award can be found here.
Wales’ Year of Adventure 2016
A Wales-wide campaign to promote Wales as the leading destination for Adventure, encouraging people of all ages to get outside and be more active, more often. A springboard to a new long term vision and identity for Wales with adventure at its heart. Find out more here.
It's Our World
It’s Our World is a mass participation arts project.
It aims to create the UK’s largest online collection of artwork celebrating the environment.
The Wild Network
The Wild Network is a collaboration of organisations that champion and support connections with nature and wildness in children and young people.
Views from 2050
Views from 2050 is an initiative that asked a broad canvas of people to consider themselves as being in the year 2050, with the Government’s 80% greenhouse gas emission reduction targets having been met. This generated a discussion about the value of nature, landscapes and biodiversity.