Forest wellbeing journal

Sunlight shining through woodland scenery

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From urban woodlands and historical places, to special habitats and vast wilderness, forests are as unique and varied as the people who visit them. Whether it’s an adrenaline-fuelled mountain bike descent or simply sitting quietly on the forest floor, heading for the trees is the perfect way to take time out. And science backs this up too. Research shows that spending time in forests can improve our health and wellbeing.

Use this journal to give yourself time to relax and experience the restorative benefits of forests, even at home.

Learn more about forests for wellbeing

Two people and Redwood trees
Nature & Wildlife
09 April 2024
Discover Redwoods on your forest adventure as they play a growing role in the nation's forests adaptation to climate change.
woman looking up into the trees
04 April 2024
Discover how virtual reality to being used to open up the nation's forests to hospice patients.
Bluebell woodlands
02 April 2024
When spring arrives and you're eager to get outside, there's nothing quite like stumbling upon a sea of bluebells under a canopy of fresh green. Fortunately, there are plenty of bluebell woodlands near you just waiting to be explored.
A group of people wearing hats and coats singing under a gazebo in the forest, with a dusting of snow on the ground
25 January 2024
Discover how singing in the forest can be just as beneficial as a run or a bike ride.