Many of our mindfulness teachers have research backgrounds and we integrate research evidence into our CPD and design of our programmes, as well as contributing to research studies.  Laura Harrison also works as a researcher in the Department of Environment and Geography at the University of York.  Laura has worked with other researchers and organisations providing ‘nature-based interventions’, such as gardening and outdoor mindfulness activities, to produce an online interactive evidence summary.  This uses evidence from 12 recent systematic reviews to show what we know about how organised activities in nature help our health and wellbeing.  It was designed to help providers and people working in public health to access evidence. It also highlights what we don’t know and which areas will be important for researchers and practioners to work on as green social prescribing develops.  This work was funded by the Yorkshire Integrated Catchment Solutions programme (iCASP).