Spread the word! Tell three people (e.g. friends/family/teachers) about Climate Week and ask them to run an event.
Write a story about a real or imagined journey going from the source of a river to its mouth.
Make a giant sign.
Ask some people who have moved to your local area the story of why they moved there.
Training step 2 - Avoiding danger when exploring both online and outdoors.
Estimate the size of your ecological footprint. How long does it take you to walk from its center to its edge?
Plant some beautiful flowers or start a community garden to make a neglected place more beautiful.
Create Land Art from natural things you can find on the beach.
Photograph evidence of where a non-native plant or animal has invaded a local ecosystem. Produce a ‘spotter’s guide’ to these invasive species.
Create your own interpretation panel for a viewpoint's view.
Take your time to learn as much as you can about North Devon. As you travel around, tell your fellow travellers all the expert facts you have learned.
Make an atlas of a garden for someone who is the size of your little finger.
Try to identify the oldest thing (it could be a person!) in your neighborhood. Start a campaign to have it protected forever.
Use a torch to make creatures in the dark against a wall.
Explore your local area looking for signs and words that command you to do things. If you find one, do what it says.