The John Muir Award is now used by all 15 of the UK's National Park Authorities, and by hundreds of resident and visiting groups.
There's a clear synergy. The Award can be used to help relate to a Park's special qualities; it encourages a care, respect and conserve agenda; it can be a vehicle for learning. And our Parks - they're called national because they have national value and are for all of us - offer wonderful settings for inspirational experiences.
Find out more:
National Perks - An article featuring in the Autumn 2014 edition of the John Muir Trust Journal about our relationships with National Parks.
The John Muir Award in our National Parks - A four-minute film set in the Lake District that celebrates how people experience the wonderful places found in National Parks across the UK.
Resource Guide - National Parks - A guide that provides further information about National Parks and highlights useful websites.