The National Trust has been committed to preserving, protecting, and nourishing spaces so that people and nature can thrive for over 125 years.

Ownership of 620,000 acres of land, including 780 miles of coast and 56 villages, makes the National Trust the largest conservation charity in Europe. Their staff, members, and volunteers are on a mission to plant and establish 20 million trees by 2030 to counteract the damage of climate change and create greener, wilder areas for nature to reclaim.