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Reading in a Forest


Join us for our regular Nature Connections Book Club as we explore books on the topic of trees, nature connection and restoration.


Joining a nature-themed book club is a fantastic way to deepen your connection to the natural world, engage with environmental issues, and join a community of like-minded nature lovers. By exploring books on the topic of trees, restoration and nature connection, we seek to reignite a connection with nature and promote shifting from a consumer to a restorer mindset.


Join us as we explore new books, discuss key concepts and find connection with nature and with each other.

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Wednesday 5th June, 7pm BST, 2pm EDT & 11am PDT.

For our first gathering, we are discussing the Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben.


The Hidden Life of Trees is a deep dive into the intricate world of forests, revealing the familial bonds, communication, and support systems among trees that parallel human relationships, while also highlighting the recent discoveries behind their hidden lives. Through his exploration, Wohlleben advocates for eco-friendly practices, emphasising the interconnectedness of forests with the health of our planet and the well-being of its inhabitants.


Jungle Waterfall

Wednesday 17 July,


Book: Braiding Sweetgrass - Robin Wall Kimmerer

Forest Trees

Wednesday 28 August,

Book: tbc

Booking available soon.


What books have you read before?
Our Nature Connections Book Club is brand new! Our first book is The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben. Check back here later as we build our book list out.
I don’t own a copy of the book, how do I get one?
We've got a great guide to sustainably sourcing books for the book club. You can find it here.
I have booked a space but I didn’t have time to finish the book. Can I still join?
Absolutely. We know that with the pressures of work life, home life and everything in between, it can be tricky to fit in time for reading, no matter how much you want to. All we ask is that you do your best to read the book. If you haven’t finished it, or even if you didn’t manage to get started, we’d still love to have your voice in the discussion - but be prepared for spoilers!
I want to join the Nature Connections Book Club but I don’t like the book you’ve chosen. Can I still join?
Of course! We’d still love for you to attend the club and share your thoughts with us in the discussion. Diversity of viewpoints is what makes a book club great. If you didn’t like the book, or even if you couldn’t bring yourself to finish it, please come along and let us know why.
I booked a ticket for the book club but I can no longer attend. Can I move my ticket to another date?
Contact us at, and one of our team members will be happy to help you.
How much does the book club cost?

Tickets are £3 per session. Ticket sales for the Nature Connections Book Club help to support our work. Find out more about the projects we support here.

If you’d love to join the book club but are unable to support us at the moment, please reach out to

I know of a great book, can I suggest it for your next session?
We love to receive your book recommendations. If you’d like to suggest a book, fill in our book suggestion form here.
Where can I read the Nature Connections Book Club Code of Conduct?
Our code of conduct can be found here.

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Our book club is part of our behavioural change work to help people reconnect and rebalance with Nature. We need your financial support to continue this work.
Thank you for being part of the change.


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