Become a member, support a campaign, get hands on as a volunteer or fundraise for us - there are many ways to support us
Become a member
Become a member and join more than 10,000 like minded people in protecting and enhancing wild places
Support a campaign or donate to one of our current appeals and give our work a boost
Get involved in a hands-on way to have fun and support what we do
Gifts in wills
Leaving the John Muir Trust a gift in your will allows the wild places you love to flourish forever
Find out other ways to support the Trust, often at no extra cost to you
Opportunities for your organisation to support our work in wild places
Adopt an Acre
Protect wild mountain landscapes by adopting an acre on three iconic mountains - Ben Nevis, Schiehallion, or Blà Bheinn on the Isle of Skye.
Become a John Muir Trust Partner and gain a deeper connection with the Trust's work as you support essential conservation projects.
We are making a difference
Better protection for wild land
In 2014, our campaigning work resulted in the Scottish Government introducing better wild land protection measures. This included adoption of the Wild Land Areas map into planning policy.
Expanding native woodland
In 25 years, we’ve achieved a tenfold increase in native tree cover on our land on Knoydart. This is encouraging a return of wildlife and will improve biodiversity in the long-term.
Establishing effective deer management
We’ve helped to put deer management reform onto the Scottish Government’s agenda. We need changes that will restore Scotland’s deer populations to what nature can support.
Engaging more people with nature
We help thousands of people get out into nature every year through the John Muir Award. Many of them would not have the opportunity otherwise.
We have been delighted to award grants to the John Muir Trust for paths and land purchase over many years. We share the same aims to preserve wildlife in Scotland and look forward to a continuing close relationship.Scottish Mountaineering Trust
For every £1 donated to the John Muir Trust...
over eighty per cent will go towards rewilding, restoring and enriching wild places; and helping connect as many people as possible with nature.