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1000 Acres

August 11th, 2019 Posted by Environment, Intuitive Change 0 thoughts on “1000 Acres”

Welcome to the first Intuitive Change Project – 1000 Acres – a project aiming to regenerate the areas of the UK countryside that have been scarred by industrial and commercial activities.

1000 Acres is a not-for-profit social project run by us here at Intuitive Change as part of our commitment to being the world-leading social and not-for-profit environmental and sustainability consultancy – further information about this project is available at

We are working to create several areas of land, once green and beautiful, that have been damaged beyond recognition and are now laying as waste land. Using this land will enable us to transform huge areas of the UK.

It is well known that climate change is threatening everyone on this planet, and without drastic action, this could result in the deaths of hundreds of millions of people worldwide. This is our first step to countering this in the UK.

We are also working with local specialist apiarists – Bee Keepers to you and me – to help stem the tide of another ecological disaster, the alarming death rate of our bee population.

We are going to plant a huge variety of trees, plants, wild flowers, heather, and native species that have declined in number, such as the Bluebell and certain trees. Every part of the 1000 Acres projects is to be guaranteed pesticide free, to ensure the greatest return to life possible.

Within 5 years, we are aiming to have these areas designated as ‘wildlife sanctuaries’ and, in time, give them to individual trusts, who will be given guardianship of the land and continue the task of maintaining them.

1000 Acres is a huge project, and we need support for the first phase, which will allow us to start on this endeavour and really get started, so please support us today, and help us regenerate the damaged UK countryside!

Please visit our crowdfunding page to help us progress with this project and make a huge positive impact on the UK environment.